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Frank Lloyd Wright houses.

I was watching a PBS film on the restoration of the Boynton House that was restored a little while back. The couple who bought the house spent over $800,000.00 to buy it and then over 2 million to restore it after discovering what bad shape it was in. It is now good for at least another 100 years. Typical FLW house. They are so easy to spot once you know what he did as an architect. Very impressive. I went to visit Fallingwater several years back and was admonished by the tour guide because I accidently brushed against a painting. Anyone else like this sort of stuff?


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