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A most interesting house. Of course a plan drawing would aid greatly in assessing the design in all its particulars, including spacial flow.
where he enlivened such a ceiling with a decorative surface treatment between the beams. It's true that Wright seems to have preferred a more streamlined,
but still lively, ceiling plane, while generally concealing the roof structure.
I don't think it's necessary for every Wright-influenced architect to follow his example in every regard; to do so is to copy the Usonian wholesale. We don't
applaud that unreservedly, do we ? If you don't like this example, of course, that's perfectly fair . . .