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Maybe someone will copy some pics of the cottage here for posterity.
You should - we have a very active Wright group over there.DRN wrote:For those who access Facebook (I don't) ...
In the meantime, that house looks like a museum dedicated to Mr. Wright - what's the consensus on how closely it follows the Keith plan?
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"Youth is a circumstance you can't do anything about. The trick is to grow up without getting old." - Frank Lloyd Wright
http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2003/0 ... ede16.html
Newman was to have a flat roof, brick, and board and batten a'la Goetsch- Winckler; as built for Berno, sloped roofs, CMU, lapped siding, and interior drywall were substituted.
https://www.forbes.com/forbes/2001/0219 ... b2b03d5265
At first, looking at your posted section through the carport: I thought those south facing walls might be vertical.
But looking closer you can see that the 2x4 stud shows the "corbeled" wall ghosted in behind it.
The window, in the drawing, passes behind the stud too.
Gheeze - how would it be possible to make that door swing?
But going back to that carport 2x4.
Extra support for carport.
Something like the support columns at Jacobs.
The (glazed) doors at Auldbrass probably represent this condition at its Wrightian extreme.