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reminds me of some Bruce Goff houses...and whatever style you want to label it, I love LOVE love the lilypad mosaic!
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It's certainly not short on spectacle.
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If this house was staged for sale, that's the most elaborate (not to say over the top) staging job I've seen.
We saw this house a year or more ago, I think. It's quite the palace, isn't it . . .
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We visited this house when Don was alive. Seems a little "over-staged" for these photos. Don was a great architect and did some magnificent work.
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond