Sterling Kinney house - Amarillo, Texas

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juankbedoya
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Post by juankbedoya »

jay wrote:Wow, the unbuilt plan seems far superior than the design that was built, in my humble opinion....
The solar orientation appears more appropriate, and the entirety of the pergola and sunken-garden sequence,
with the dining area releasing diagonally into it, just seems absolutely wonderful.

(*edit: I didn't realize it was a screened porch off the dining area)
I'm agree with you, is one of the most beautiful plans I've seen of Wright's unbuilts houses, what a composition..!!!

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