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Mark Hertzberg
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Post by Mark Hertzberg »

My final 2019 installment of finding new photos at familiar Frank Lloyd Wright sites is now up at www.wrightinracine.com

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Post by SDR »

I am interested to see the construction of the ancient drafting tables. The thick tops appear to have been slotted c. half-way through the thickness of the
material, which I assume was done to mitigate possible warpage of the thick softwood (?) boards. And I assume softwood, to accommodate those who
might want to pin sheets to the tops . . .

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Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

The 14th image down, with the rectangular windows, arranged vertically, zig-zagging at Taliesin are where, exactly? He took the simplest of fenestration designs and made it simply fascinating.

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