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The untethered 3D roof truss system supports the ridge via slender steel (?) posts, I see now. Sweet . . .
We looked more closely at this building, not long ago. Can't find it. This is one of those projects whose first version was richer and more elaborate -- to one
degree or another. There are worst things in the world than a minimalist Wright building !
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An article in FLWBCÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s SaveWright mag:
http://www.savewright.org/wp-content/up ... REVIEW.pdf
Ã¢â‚¬â€¹The perspective drawing published in Monograph 5 and in Taschen III shows an earlier version of the design; it appears to depict a rotated square plan, mostly pitched-roofed, with different terminal rooms. This (unpublished) plan brings it closer
to the 1926 Kindersymphonies designs, on which it is said to be based.Ã¢â‚¬â€¹
images Ã‚Â© 2009 by TASCHEN GmbH, Ã‚Â© 1985 A.D.A EDITA Tokyo Co., Ltd. and by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
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