Darwin Martin House Complex: views from the north

Frank Lloyd Wright



Views from the northeast

The pergola extends northward from the main house for 100 feet--or 11 bays. (It is a reconstruction based on the design of the original, which had been demolished in 1960.)
 
 

Views from the east, the north, and the northeast

 

Views from the northwest and north

 


Continue to page 5: views of the pergola.

Works consulted or quoted:
Lesley Neufeld. Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House Complex. Buffalo: Martin House Restoration Corporation, 2004.
Jack Quinan. Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House: Architecture as Portraiture. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2004.



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