Current status of these damaged Wright homes?

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mike
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Current status of these damaged Wright homes?

Post by mike »

The 2 Ocean Springs Mississippi properties



And



The Wyant home in Gary Indiana
St Louis

jackless

Post by jackless »

i drove by the wynant house a few weeks ago and nothing has changed since the fire. looks exactly like all the post fire pictures.

SpringGreen
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Post by SpringGreen »

The Charnley house was, according to the owner, "obliterated". All that was left was the foundation.



Here's the link to the chat on these pages regarding the Charnley & Sullivan houses:

http://www.savewright.org/talk/viewtopic.php?t=188



The Sullivan house has been discussed on the home page of the conservancy. Here's the link to their appeal regarding the building:

http://www.savewright.org/charnley.htm

The appeal came out in Dec. I think. Since then, I don't know what's up w/the Sullivan building.
"The building as architecture is born out of the heart of man, permanent consort to the ground, comrade to the trees, true reflection of man in the realm of his own spirit." FLLW, "Two Lectures in Architecture: in the Realm of Ideas".

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