Darwin D. Martin House modern-living-room

Darwin D. Martin House

Darwin D. Martin House (1904) in Buffalo, New York, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Photograph from Library of Congress, Historic American Buildings Survey.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Another view of the living room points to the way Wright was able to hint at the flow of space around even the most solid of walls. Above the couch is an opening into the adjacent space, a curtain at left separates the living room and that space, and the door on the right leads to the large porch seen in the first photo.

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