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The only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in Hawaii captures not only the architect's signature style, but also the spirit of its location—with an outdoor lava-rock hot tub overlooking the ocean and breathtaking panoramic mountain views of three of the Big Island’s awe-inspiring volcanoes (Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa and Hualalai). Completed in 1995, the home was commissioned by Sanderson Sims in partnership with Taliesin Associated Architects, John Rattenbury and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation to bring this never before built plan to life. Originally conceived for the Cornwell Family in Pennsylvania in 1954, the 3,700 sq. foot passive solar hemicycle home embodies Wrights’s principles of organic architecture in which the structure blends harmoniously with the natural landscape.
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