Wright's 1953 Juvenile Cultural Center inspires new building

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Paul Ringstrom
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Wright's 1953 Juvenile Cultural Center inspires new building

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Interesting factoid the location of the new building is across the street from the original location of the unbuilt Hoult House in Wichita, KS.

https://www.kansas.com/news/business/bi ... 11036.html
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SDR
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Re: Wright's 1953 Juvenile Cultural Center inspires new building

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Suggesting the Wright himself may have been a dyslexic is a bit of a stretch---but the piece is otherwise informative and well written. We looked at this project last year, I believe; it's a pleasure to see this video, which is exemplary in its pacing and viewpoint choices . . .

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