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Anything with a roof will remind someone, somewhere, of a Wright design ? What is the defining attribute ? I would NEVER go so far as to suggest that a Realtor®™© would apply Wright's name to a property merely to catch the public's attention . . !
Turns out, the "Mushroom House" is by a FLW apprentice - John Covert Watson (arrived a Taliesin Jan. 1st, 1956)DavidC wrote: ↑Sun Sep 13, 2020 2:55 pmMushroom or spaceship, it’s a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home
‘That house’ on Lake Travis now for sale after Austin Weird Homes Tourp
In the mean time, this photo set would benefit from a few evening shots, to play up the strip glazing hiding at the tops of some walls . . .
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