For sale: House by apprentice Robin Molny - Aspen, CO

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DavidC
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For sale: House by apprentice Robin Molny - Aspen, CO

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(according to John Geiger's Apprentice List, Robin Molny arrived at Taliesin on May 1st, 1949)

763 Willoughby Way | Aspen, CO - (2:49)


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Re: For sale: House by apprentice Robin Molny - Aspen, CO

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Molny's house for W. Ford Schumann is interesting in itself, but the article doesn't show the spectacular mountain view from the living room, with its hypotenuse of floor to ceiling, butt-ended slabs of glass, but for a small view taken from the deck. Not a house for those afraid of heights.

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