Interesting modern house of the 50's

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Johnzerd1
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Interesting modern house of the 50's

Post by Johnzerd1 »

Ran across this thought some of you might enjoy...

http://www.nitrosyncretic.com/rah/pm652-art-hi.html

John

Eric Saed
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Post by Eric Saed »

Neato. I like. It sounds like it's been butchered - too bad.

JimM
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Post by JimM »

Really wild. Love those mirrors and the dining table ala Wingspread.

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