Unbuilt home--Ludington Michigan

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dkottum
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Location: Battle Lake, MN

Post by dkottum »

Unlike Massaro/Charoudi which was never developed to working drawings, Berdan has a complete set signed by FLLW. It is also a basic Usonian design not unlike many others Wright built in his lifetime. An easy build if built according to plan.

The authenticity issues are not whether it can be built correctly, but the change of site (although similar and nearby) and the understanding that it is a FLLW designed house built fifty some years after his death, whatever that means.

Excellent Usonian design, I would build it for us in a heartbeat if I didn't have so many other projects.

doug k

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