For sale: Home 'by two prominent colleagues of FLW' - Canaan, NY

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DavidC
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For sale: Home 'by two prominent colleagues of FLW' - Canaan, NY

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SDR
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Re: For sale: Home 'by two prominent colleagues of FLW' - Canaan, NY

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Beautiful work, inside and out---a very tailored country retreat.

Did someone chicken out when it came to the mitered-glass prow ? The secondary prows all come to the expected peak . . .

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DRN
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Re: For sale: Home 'by two prominent colleagues of FLW' - Canaan, NY

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Nicely done, we don’t see many Wrightian A-frame houses. There are some truly pleasing compositions in the design...also some places to go bump in the night. Ouch.

The post and beam SeaRanch-ish house is interesting, but lacks the polish and orchestration of the A.

Roderick Grant
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Re: For sale: Home 'by two prominent colleagues of FLW' - Canaan, NY

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Massaro hired the wrong architect to build Chahroudi. The concrete-stone work on this house is very handsome.

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