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Frank Lloyd Wright Residence , Chicago

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Becky Harris added this to What It’s Like to Live in a Frank Lloyd Wright HouseMay 16, 2017

The porch is 15 by 20 feet and almost all windows. “The floor-to-ceiling windows on the porch were not something you’d see often in 1915, and they are amazing,” Sonia says. Eaves around the exterior control the natural light. “The eaves keep out the bright winter light. The house always has lovely soft light, and we never needed drapes except in the bedrooms,” she says. “We were completely surrounded by greenery, and the light was the most beautiful at the end of the day.”

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lissaforshaw added this to Living RoomDec 31, 2017

Side windows along with front ones. Not sure about the dividers in them.

kamimura4727 added this to ブース邸Nov 29, 2017

ポーチは4.6×6メートルほどの空間で、周囲はほぼすべてガラス窓だ。「ポーチにある床から天井までの窓は、1915年当時には珍しいものでしたが、実に見事ですね」とソニアさんは言う。 家を取り囲む軒は、入ってくる自然光をコントロールしてくれる。「この軒が、冬のまぶしい光を遮ってくれます。この家に入る光はいつも柔らかく心地よくて、ベッドルームのほかはカーテンが必要だと感じたことはありません」とソニアさん。「周囲はずっと緑で囲まれていていますし、夕方の光はとくに美しいんです。」

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