Long House Reserve in the Hamptons

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Tom
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Long House Reserve in the Hamptons

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Never heard of this place before this week.
The estate of Jack Lenor Larsen.
There's a cool house in here somewhere too: The Long House

https://www.longhouse.org

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Post by Tom »

... and according to this article
Wright asked Larsen to choose fabrics for Fallingwater:

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0778/ ... 0684027361

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Post by Tom »

The link to the "nonconformity" quote is in this thread

Interior Design August 2013

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Post by SDR »

Page 212 of the magazine. It is unclear (as I read it) whether the phrase is a quote from Wright, a paraphrase by Larsen, or Larsen's own take on the subject.

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