Reminiscent of Windswept

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Macrodex
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Reminiscent of Windswept

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While looking for images of the Coonley house, I happened upon a former Wright apprentice by the name of Don Erickson, who passed away in 2006. Anyway, one of the houses he did was strikingly similar to Windswept.

From http://donericksonarchitect.blogspot.co ... chive.html

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Craig
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Erickson, Don
At Taliesin: 11/1948-4/1951

Architect AIA; born 8/29; architecture student 1947-48 University Illinois. Private practice since 1954 with Richard Erickson as chief draftsman; partnership with Dennis Stevens since 1962. Work includes houses, Indian Lakes Resort (Bloomfield, IL) Coconut Cove Hotel (Negril, Jamaica) and in Des Plaines Jefferson-Pearson Building, 1st National Bank, Mall. National awards and publication. Lecturer 1969-72 North Illinois University.

Address: 182 W. Highway 22, Barrington, IL 60010.
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