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House for William Adams, Chicago, Illinois Garage for George Blossom, Chicago, Illinois House for Harley Bradley, Kankakee, Illinois House for Susan Lawrence Dana, Springfield, Illinois Summer Cottage for Stephen A, Foster, Chicago, Illinois House for Warren Hickox, Kankakee, Illinois House Remodelling for E. R. Hills, Oak Park, Illinois Boathouse for Fred B. Jones, Lake Delavan, Wisconsin House Remodelling and Garage for Warren McArthur, Chicago, Illinois Summer Cottage for E, H. Pitkin,...

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House for George Lewis, Tallahassee, Florida House for R. W. Lindholm, Cloquet, Minnesota House for Luis Marden, McLean, Virginia House for Louis Penfield, Willoughby Hills, Ohio House for Arthur Pieper, Paradise Valley, Arizona Price Tower for the H, C Price Company, Bartlesville, Oklahoma House for Frank Sander, Stamford Connecticut Studio-Residence for Archie Teater, Bliss, Idaho 1953 Wright publishes The Future of Architecture and In the Cause Er ver ffentlicht The Future of Architecture...

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Larkin Company Administration Building, Buffalo, New York, 1903-1905 Office chair and vintage interior s hots of director's office (opposite page) and office space on the ground level Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois, 1904-1907 , ' I l . -. I-l Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois, 1904 1907 Plans of ground and upper floor, perspective .'s-. I j . , I . . . . - E nu I . .J -'i I -'i . i . 1 1 . . ' I.- . . ri1. - . ' . ' sissss s c - , - i nAf iaw -------- fw y sissss s c - , - i nAf iaw --------...

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He visits the monuments and art treasures as a guest of the writer Ku Hung Ming. Wright reist nach Peiping in China. Dort besucht er Bauten und Kunstsch tze als Gast des Schriftstellers Ku Hung Mings. Wright va Peiping en Chine. Il visite les monuments et les tr sors artistiques et r side chez L' crivain Ku Hung Ming. House for Arinobu Fukuhara, Hakonejapan House for Tazaemon Yamamura, Ashiya, Japan Residence A and Residence B for Aline Barnsdall, Olive Hill, Los...

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Rose and Gertrude Pauson House, Ph oenix, Arizona, 1939-1940 The perspective drawing for th is work demonstrates the close, harmonious association of house and desert. It would seem, from this view, that the desert and dwell i ng were made at one and the same moment. Since the living room faced north, there was no need for an overhang, and the two-storey glass gives a view on to a mountain range Gertrude only lived in the house one season when they returned to their native San Francisco, they...