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Everytime I see a Bob Marley poster, I'm reminded of a neighbor I once had.6 Pond Ln, Linwood, NJ 08221
On their living room wall was a framed poster, not of an image, but only 3 words.
These words were in bold white letters, all caps, on a black background.
Orlando house: An interesting design on its own merits by the son of a Taliesin Apprentice
Linwood NJ House: I'll call it Wright inspired...I agree on the double doors...great for move-in and move-out days. This is a much better effort at detail and spatial quality than we often see on builder houses.
Delray Beach House: Lick and stick stone on a white "modern" house...oh, now I get... it the fake stone piers make it Wright! Eh, no.
LOL on the "BOB MARLEY POSTER" poster.
See: previous thread re this home and architect.modern-eyes wrote: ↑Sat Jan 22, 2022 8:38 amhttps://www.zillow.com/homedetails/300- ... 6928_zpid/