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Also a slight nod to FLW's Home and Studio with the incorporation of the tree into the building, no?
Good catch on the name of the firm, archfan. As some might say, that is some serious MOFO architecture, if you catch my drift. Hilarious. I wonder what it really stands for?
Yes, and more specificaly, the nerve of a modernist to use organic New Canaan stone! Breuer gave his modernism warmth against his contemporaries.Wrightgeek wrote:with a dose of Breuer where the two disparate elements are melded together, ala the house in the Northeastern US where Breuer incorporates the travel trailer into the structure (which serves as the kitchen for that residence as I recall)
The strange Wolfson house:
http://www.aaa.si.edu/images/breumarc/A ... _0049r.jpg
When it comes to furniture, even though it rarely looks appropriate in a Wright or organic house, Breuer was a master with few equals:
http://designmatcher.com/nl/gallery_det ... leryID=262