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Wright/Schindler Cottage Heads North

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 08, 2012 01:04 AM
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by Eric last modified May 07, 2012

The OakLeaves.com reports that Joe Catrambone, an Oak Brook-based contractor, was the person who worked with the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy to ultimately rescue the tiny Wright/Schindler-designed cottage that was in imminent danger of demolition in Wilmette. Joe's plans are to de-construct the little building and take all of its original parts to his Wauconda lakefront property, to be reconstructed and fully restored. Read more about it here. Image credit: Rob Dicker/Sun-Times




 

 

Picture 4The OakLeaves.com reports that Joe Catrambone, an Oak Brook-based contractor, was the person who worked with the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy to ultimately rescue the tiny Wright/Schindler-designed cottage that was in imminent danger of demolition in Wilmette. Joe's plans are to de-construct the little building and take all of its original parts to his Wauconda lakefront property, to be reconstructed and fully restored. Read more about it here.

Image credit: Rob Dicker/Sun-Times



 

 

 
 
 

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