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The whole thing looks fresh and immaculate. If the house was recently updated, what was done blends perfectly with the original bones and materials. For once I applaud the painting of, for instance, that array of heavy timbers overhead; any textural defects (knots, checks, etc) in the wood have been properly dealt with prior to painting, and the array has then been lighted effectively. That's one example among many, of art and craft in service of a seamless presentation.
The glassed-in terrace, an addition perhaps to the original house, is a striking example of an indoor-outdoor space. In some climates this might be a screened rather than a glazed amenity. The effect must be a refreshing surprise to the first-time visitor ?
https://www.eastvalleytribune.com/scott ... 7383c.html
FYI: Kim Lloyd Wright is a great-granddaughter of FLW. She may be related but doesn't seem to know her relatives real well.
Like many articles that mention FLW there are usually one or more flaws...
FTA: The David and Gladys Wright House in Arcadia where Kim Lloyd Wright was raised in was designed by Lloyd Wright, Frank Lloyd Wright’s eldest son. “He designed our house to look just like a Frank Lloyd Wright,” Kim said.
https://realestate.patch.com/listings/- ... =frankfort
Ah--here's the dreaded reference:
https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/3062 ... 1494_zpid/