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Among the numerous and varied synonyms for "organic" that have passed Mr Wright's lips over time, "entity" strikes me as particularly helpful: to conceive of a building as a unified entity, a thing whole, and wholly consistent with itself, seems from the evidence to have been a prime directive, for him.
Has anyone produced an illustrated enumeration of the art presently on view at the house ?
Now, what is the shiny and smooth floor surface upstairs ?