To live in one of these homes is really where it comes full circle. It's more than looks, although they are stunning. The feeling that these houses have once you enter is completely calming and intriguing at the same time. Every day I find myself looking at something new in my house, although not a Wright it's surely a wright-like built by an apprentice. It's more than a box, but a living structure that really offers a mental stimulation to those who participate. Surely some would think my own house as cold, uncomfortable, and un-inviting. I see beauty, comfort, solitude, and a strong connection to whats going on outside all the wood, cement, and glass.
Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian Houses
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I'd like to get some lanterns for my Patio/Pool area but they all seem very pricey when i plan to get a bunch. Paper wont stand up to any rain or weather so you can't leave them up all summer. Whats better, a corded model or a solar model? I don't like the look of a corded wire connecting each lantern, that's why solar models hung with fishing line would give a floating look. Ideally I'd like a round lantern that i can leave out all summer that is either Solar or corded without lights between lanterns. Any ideas everyone?
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