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ALL WALLS BELOW HEAD CASING TO BE LINED WITH GLASS
KITCHEN FLOORS ALSO.
In addition, the peninsula tops are noted as GLASS. I missed what Mary Roberts called out as the material of those blazing white tops as built.
Of interest is the window wall cabinetry. Are the basins and taps recreations of the original ? The treatment of the space below that top is most unusual; are those removable privacy panels ? Wright's drawing shows the sink(s), bracketed to the wall, and the relatively thin counters. A sketched-in panel and note (can that be read ?) are added to the drawing.
One of the original master bedroom windows has one less section of glass than the others. It was discovered during a tour years ago. The bedroom also has a couple of Wrights narrowest light screens, maybe 1.5" or so I recall.