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Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959) San Francisco Call, Press Headquarters Building, 1913

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"Part of a collection of prefabricated houses designed for pre-war Los Angeles. Wright called the scheme “All Steel Houses,” explains Wright archivist Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer,  “proposing building one-hundred houses on a hillside location in Los Angeles. Each house has a unique design [based on its particular location and market demands], but the system of construction and all the detailing were standardized, thereby reducing the unit cost.”"

"Part of a collection of prefabricated houses designed for pre-war Los Angeles. Wright called the scheme “All Steel Houses,” explains Wright archivist Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, “proposing building one-hundred houses on a hillside location in Los Angeles. Each house has a unique design [based on its particular location and market demands], but the system of construction and all the detailing were standardized, thereby reducing the unit cost.”"

Opinión: Del proyecto a la construcción, el valor de los planos

Opinión: Del proyecto a la construcción, el valor de los planos

Carlos Scarpa was a modern master and hero of ours. He designed from the structure to the doorknobs and even flatware. from J. Barbato: Scarpa Details

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