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Nikolas Koenig | Residential Photography

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Usonia Homes is a planned community by Frank Lloyd Wright in Pleasantville, NY. Wright designed the 100-acre rural tract in 1945 in his modern, organic style, preserving most of the original trees and "encouraging the flow of the land." The community of 47 homes expressed Wright’s ideas on the way Americans should live together and was influential in the subsequent design of ranch houses throughout the US. Photos © On Grid Ventures LLC

Josef Albers teaching

Ricomposizioni, omaggio a Josef Albers

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Bauhaus chess set

Music to the eyes

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Dorothy Draper's "Entertaining is Fun," originally published in 1941.

Feltri Chair. Gaetano Pesce

Postcard, 1952, serpentine wall: "Jefferson realized that by building a wall that curves, one uses 25% fewer bricks as compared to a straight wall. The curved wall can support itself while being only one brick thick instead of two."

CvilleDave: Serpentine Wall at UVa, 1952

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Chateau de Vaux le Vicomte, France

Manitoga: Russel Wright, Garrison, NY

Jiyu Gakuen Girls' School. Tokyo, Japan. Frank Lloyd Wright. 1921

Jiyu Gakuen Girls' School. Tokyo, Japan. Frank Lloyd Wright. 1921

Design students pose for a class portrait, New York School of Interior Design.