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Post by Mark Hertzberg »

The obvious next move for many of you is to tour the Hardy House on April 27, the first tour in decades. Details at www.wrightinwisconsin.org and on my blog, with photos, www.wrightinracine.com

Limited spaces available. By reservation only. Benefits Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin.

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Post by dkottum »

We travel a lot, perhaps a hundred or so, every one I can.

My favorite interior was Staley in Ohio, so perfectly scaled (to me), not so much to Lou Penfield who took me there. At 6' 8" tall he didn't fit under some of it. An interesting contrast and example how Wright customized each house to the client, his own FLW house fit him perfectly but was a bit oversized for me.

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