Collection by Daniel Knoll

Usonian and the like

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The house is one of about 60 so-called Usonian houses that Wright designed for middle-income clients starting in 1936.
Lewis Sharp’s Usonian home is just around the corner from where his children and grandchildren live.
A full-scale model of a Usonian house, installed on the site of the future Guggenheim Museum, 1953.
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