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I saw a house on the Wright and Like WI tour
Going from memory it was in 2000's
The house was the house of a former Taliesin architect or maybe apprentice
The house was built into a hillside with a cantilever deck (Pew house like)
I seem to think the architect passed away
Does the house or architect ring a bell?
In what ways did the house resemble the Pew (or another) house---specifically ? What materials and details do you remember ?
Have you considered contacting Wright in Wisconsin https://wrightinwisconsin.org/wright-2019 for information on past tours ?
Good call, I will reach out to them. They might have an archive beyond 2012.
The tour was between 2001 and 2009.
The actual architect was an apprentice and I believe of Asian ancestry, a vague memory though!
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Helmut Ajango was it
Good architect, for sure
(I must have been thinking about another Wright apprentice who was Asian. )
I reached out to the WI foundation. They were able to track down the year and address. Bingo! Great suggestion!