Article: Laurent House to open tour season

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DavidC
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Article: Laurent House to open tour season

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Patryko
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We went on the first tour for the new season yesterday. Beautifully done and I highly recommend!

Rood
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"The house is the only building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for a person with a disability."

Not exactly true. Though it's difficult to know how Robie Lamp got around in his three-story house in Madison, he was disabled, and Graycliff, the second house for Darwin Martin, was designed with Mrs. Martin as the client, her disability being in her poor eyesight ... which is why she disliked the house in Buffalo ... the light being too dim for her comfort.

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