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Pietro Belluschi tiny house: Famous architect and son design teahouses in Portland


"Architect Pietro Belluschi was internationally celebrated during his lifetime for designing skyscrapers, churches with steeples that pierced the clouds and glass-walled homes perched on top of hills. Few people know, however, that the man who shaped Portland’s towering skyline outfitted a tiny teahouse in the backyard of his last residence..."
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Anonymous said...

wondered if this would interest you..

Frank Lloyd Wright's affordable-minded Usonian design

In the late 1940s, scientist friends at the Upjohn Company, a pharmaceutical manufacturer in Kalamazoo, MI, dreamed up a plan to have Wright build 21 Usonian homes in The Acres, a wooded community outside the city.

Each owner pledged to help build his or her own house, to further bring down the cost of Wright’s affordable-minded Usonian design. But only four units were built

“it’s the only Wright development of its kind in the U.S.,”

Each home in The Acres is on 1 acre and has access to 70 wooded acres and a pond.

Anonymous said...

sorry,
forgot the link

http://www.realtor.com/news/unique-homes/frank-lloyd-wright-in-michigan/

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