Perhaps the most famous architect of the 20th century, Frank Lloyd Wright left behind a legacy of fascinating houses, as well as amazing sketches for homes that were never built. In 2007, one of these sketches, for a home to be built into a large piece of bedrock on Lake Mahopac in upstate New York, was finally designed and constructed. Owner Joe Massaro hired architect and Wright scholar Thomas Heinz to flesh out the design from only five original sketches. To see the results, check out the slideshow. Source
Coveted Crib: Frank Lloyd Wright's Massaro House
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