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even if I don't favor skinny small-unit stone pillars. But the front door doesn't suggest an owner who knows where he is.
And this: "This home was designed by architects E. Fay Jones & Frank Lloyd Wright specifically for a ..."
This is a clear example of how important the part to whole relationship present in the fine detailing and the proportions of windows and doors are to an organic building.
Still, it is a great house, but what was lost is considerable.
https://mypulsenews.com/former-carver-h ... d-by-fire/
Are there good photos of the house as originally built ?
I am sending you this message threw my friend/realtor. Mr Jones was an apprentice to Mr Wright. Mr Jones studied and liked Mr Wright's design so well they he held things in or around the same scope of Mr Wright. As to what I have added and taken away from the original home is my preference. I have built many high end homes for very well known people. The metal rail is in place for safety measures and will be replaced with a MODERN oak rail. The cabinets will be built to match. I am not a fan of Mr Jones or Mr Wright so this house will now be what I wish for it to be. I do have the original blue prints and am very qualified to build it back to a 70's home with tons of waisted space and bad ideas. I am putting this house together how may people will find it more desirable to live in. If notÃ‚Â I will list my other homes for sale and move in later or rent it out as a vacation rental. If you feel this is a horrible decision, please feel free to present a offer to Rhonda and build it how best would meet your desire.Ã‚Â