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Thank you very interesting. The Johnson Family in Racine took a totally opposite approach to their great buildings in comparison to the Larkins.
Paul Harding FAIA
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Regarding the Larkin Building, it's interesting to read -- in the book The Larkin Building -- Sullivan was considered for the design before Wright. What would've been more interesting is if they had collaborated.
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Jack Quinan's book on the Larkin Building tells everything one could hope to know about the structure, its design, usage, rise and fall. It's one of the best books on FLW written.