A reflecting pool for a residence that Aidlin Darling designed in San Joaquin Valley, California. "This rural residential project incorporates the agricultural vernacular language of California's Central Valley, including irrigation aqueducts and vastness of scale," David Darling says. "Landscape, materiality, and the cooling effect of water elements were paramount." Photo courtesy of the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art.  Photo 2 of 6 in Aidlin Darling Design Takes Over the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art

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A reflecting pool for a residence that Aidlin Darling designed in San Joaquin Valley, California. "This rural residential project incorporates the agricultural vernacular language of California's Central Valley, including irrigation aqueducts and vastness of scale," David Darling says. "Landscape, materiality, and the cooling effect of water elements were paramount." Photo courtesy of the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art.

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