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Is Pottery House Wright?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:53 AM
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by Eric last modified Jan 14, 2011

The Frank Lloyd Wright Newsblog reports that the "Pottery House" in Santa Fe, NM is on the market for *gulp* $6 million. What is a "Pottery House" you ask? It's a residential design initially conceived by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1928 that was never built in his lifetime. However, the plan was resurrected, enlarged, etc. by Taliesin Associated Architects in 1984 into what's for sale today. Many argue the legitimacy of calling it a Wright...




 

 

Picture 1 The Frank Lloyd Wright Newsblog reports that the "Pottery House" in Santa Fe, NM is on the market for *gulp* $6 million. What is a "Pottery House" you ask? It's a residential design initially conceived by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1928 that was never built in his lifetime. However, the plan was resurrected, enlarged, etc. by Taliesin Associated Architects in 1984 into what's for sale today. Many argue the legitimacy of calling it a Wright design since it was so radically altered from what he initially conceived. We'll let you judge for yourself if that's the Wright or wrong designation for this house. Read and see more here.

Image via www.flw-potteryhouse.com


 

 

 
 
 

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