Stephen, the bell tower is Wright... still surmise the door was added later, maybe due to AC?SDR wrote: ↑Fri Jan 15, 2021 12:37 pmIs Jim correct in surmising that the bell-tower door might be post-Wright ? Sorry that my familiarity with TW history isn't what it could be . . .Not to be utterly pedantic, but two of the doors are irregular hexagons, the other two irregular pentagons---I believe.S
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Here are three photos of the Living Room; a door is seen at the far wall in two (?) of them.
photos © Pedro Guerrero
photo courtesy Peter Maunu
Further photos: Wright's office, photographed in 1951 by Ezra Stoller, shows one opening with no door (yet), and in the foreground another door in the open position.
Here's a photo, also by Stoller, of the passage at the Cabaret Theater, where to maximize the clear opening the bottom of the door has had to be bent:
The only drawings I found are building sections. One of them shows a door opening. All of the images seen in this post are found in Taschen II.
The Dobkins house thread linked elsewhere here today is filled with images Dan C sent me for posting . . .