Friday, 10 August 2007

Storer House, California, 1923 - Frank Lloyd Wright

One of Wright's Californian 'textile block' houses, inspired in part by Mayan ruins . . .

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3 Comments:

Blogger Greg Bourke said...

Note that National Geographic's current edition's cover feature is Mayan civilisation.

Edition also note worthy for the piece on indigenous fishing rights to shoot narwhale.

10 Aug 2007, 14:00:00  
Blogger PC said...

And it was reading that issue that reminded me of Frank's textile block experiments.

Not a bad issue, this latest one.

10 Aug 2007, 14:35:00  
Anonymous Steve T said...

In the same search for photos that brought me to your site, I just ran across the Storer House as a 3D anaglyph.

29 Dec 2007, 12:43:00  

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