As Wright Intended: Recreating Haynes House Furniture

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RJH
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As Wright Intended: Recreating Haynes House Furniture

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The 1952 Frank Lloyd Wright designed Usonian house is featured in the current Spring 2006 (Vol.16, Issue 1) of the Bulletin (The Quarterly Newsletter of the FLWBC).



The article titled,

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I would say that all the fulminating over the Chahroudi/Massaro House, pro and con, does not apply to the construction of the hitherto unbuilt Haynes furniture. To complete the original design is appropriate, in fact, essential. It's the right place, original designs and materials ... unless you have converted the chairs into velour recliners?!

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Do you have any documentation concerning the fabric which you will use or was specified for the furniture? I am interested in trying to find out what fabrics were used on the original fabrics. I thank you for what ever information you can provide.

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