On Sunday, April 12, from 1:00pm-2:30pm in Dallas, the subject will be the Midcentury Reduct by Tary Arterburn of Studio Outside, with Svend Fruit, AIA, Bodron+Fruit. At this midcentury home’s entry, tall blue-green rushes contrast with a bed of sweet flag, set below two gingko trees. In the upper-level courtyard, large native pecan trees create provide shade and dappled light. A sculpture composed of a sliced and mounted teak root sits above a low fountain. A fire table, seating, and a dining area complete the perfect space for entertaining. At the rear, the creekside terrace features a simple fountain trough, planted with lotus and other aquatic plants. Water constantly flows over the edges, mirroring the sound of the stream below. A glass floodwall along the patio edge allows uninterrupted views of the creek.