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Wright "Man Cave" Needs Repairs

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 05, 2012 01:04 AM
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by Eric last modified Jul 04, 2012

Decades before the term "Man Cave" came into regular use, Frank Lloyd Wright had designed one for client, Lowell Walter, (in the form of a river pavilion) in Quasqueton, IA near his Wright-designed home, Cedar Rock. Now Walter's retreat is in need of serious restoration before it tumbles into the river. Read more about it and how you can help save the structure here. Image via iowasource.com




 

 

Picture 2Decades before the term "Man Cave" came into regular use, Frank Lloyd Wright had designed one for client, Lowell Walter, (in the form of a river pavilion) in Quasqueton, IA near his Wright-designed home, Cedar Rock. Now Walter's retreat is in need of serious restoration before it tumbles into the river. Read more about it and how you can help save the structure here.

Image via iowasource.com



 

 

 
 
 

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