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The Dwell link:
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Study house. Because it was added to, we can't tell from the photos, I guess, what is original. Did Koenig employ diagonals in his plan, do you suppose ?
I assume the floor was a slab, perhaps exposed or maybe with vinyl tile; I prefer the glossy granite-look tile in the dining room to the bland whitish stuff
elsewhere -- by a bit. Koenig uses a zig-zag window wall reminiscent of the ones at Wright's Levin house. Would he also have mixed stone wall treatment
with a textured white-painted brick or block, in the same space ?