Roland Reisley House

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LongIsland123
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Roland Reisley House

Post by LongIsland123 »

Just curious, as there are no Frank Lloyd Wright homes near NYC that are open to the public, does anyone know what Roland has planned for his home in Usiona after his death? Will it become a foundation/museum, lived in by an heir, sold?

SDR
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Re: Roland Reisley House

Post by SDR »

Your question is answered on this page:

https://www.iconichouses.org/news/ihc18 ... ight-house

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dkottum
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Re: Roland Reisley House

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Is Roland the last original client living in his/her FLW house?

Roderick Grant
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Re: Roland Reisley House

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Now that Blair, Walton and Shavin are gone, I would guess that Roland is the last of the line.

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Re: Roland Reisley House

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The brief interview linked above reveals some Reisley thoughts and observations not found elsewhere as far as I know. And a documentary on Usonia is promoted---but the links to that (at Vimeo) have lapsed. Anybody know if a film appeared ?

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