This is one of Wright's late Usonian houses. The walls are of a beautiful warm red brick, and the exposed wood-framed windows, roof soffits, and fascias are darkly stained. The L-shape plan features the usual high-ceilinged living room, countered by the lower spaces for bedrooms and other rooms. The volumes and surfaces of the house are composed in a strong, almost nondomestic manner. In 1969–1970, John H. Howe extended the house, transforming it into a T-shaped building.
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