Article: Ten Wright buildings nominated to UNESCO

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Article: Ten Wright buildings nominated to UNESCO

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That is uber awesome.
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Marin County is an interesting choice. Wright was critical of the brick-work and felt the person who did the work didn't have the passion for it.

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