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Pinckney Architectural Mystery Solved

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 28, 2012 01:04 AM
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by Eric last modified Jul 27, 2012

PrairieMod reader, Audra D. sent us a note revealing the architect of one of the mystery houses for sale we posted on earlier this month. She says that "the house in Pinckney, MI was re-designed by Lawrence R. Brink. Brink studied under Wright in 1957 and 1958. He had his own architectural practice and oversaw the restoration of numerous Wright houses, most recently the Turkel House in Detroit. Larry passed away in June 2011." Thanks...




 

 

Picture 1PrairieMod reader, Audra D. sent us a note revealing the architect of one of the mystery houses for sale we posted on earlier this month. She says that "the house in Pinckney, MI was re-designed by Lawrence R. Brink. Brink studied under Wright in 1957 and 1958. He had his own architectural practice and oversaw the restoration of numerous Wright houses, most recently the Turkel House in Detroit. Larry passed away in June 2011." Thanks Audra for clearing up that mystery!

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