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Rose Pauson House. 1939. Phoenix, Arizona. (1942 destroyed by fire) Frank Lloyd Wright.

Rose Pauson House. 1939. Phoenix, Arizona. (1942 destroyed by fire) Frank Lloyd Wright.

Rose Pauson House. 1942. Phoenix, Arizona. (In 1943, a house fire destroyed the house) Frank Lloyd Wright.

Rose Pauson House. 1942. Phoenix, Arizona. (In 1943, a house fire destroyed the house) Frank Lloyd Wright.

Floor Plans. Frank Lloyd Wright. Rose Pauson House 1942. Phoenix, Arizona. (In 1943, a house fire destroyed the house)..

Floor Plans. Frank Lloyd Wright. Rose Pauson House 1942. Phoenix, Arizona. (In 1943, a house fire destroyed the house)..

Wright Chat :: View topic - Rose and Gertrude Pauson house

Wright Chat :: View topic - Rose and Gertrude Pauson house

Wright Chat :: View topic - Rose and Gertrude Pauson house

Wright Chat :: View topic - Rose and Gertrude Pauson house

Frank Lloyd Wright. Rose Pauson House 1942. Phoenix, Arizona. (In 1943, a house fire destroyed the house)..

Frank Lloyd Wright. Rose Pauson House 1942. Phoenix, Arizona. (In 1943, a house fire destroyed the house)..

Floor Plans. Frank Lloyd Wright. Rose Pauson House 1942. Phoenix, Arizona. (In 1943, a house fire destroyed the house)..

Floor Plans. Frank Lloyd Wright. Rose Pauson House 1942. Phoenix, Arizona. (In 1943, a house fire destroyed the house)..

Rose Pauson House Concept In this work, the architect pronounces itself against the paradigms of the international style. The house is a transparent box, neither continuous, nor rootless. On the contrary, it is the revelation of a way to inhabit of a man and its world, a true place as it is it all work of architecture that aspires to being art. This is a house for "an american" that lives in the desert in relation to his immensity.

Rose Pauson House Concept In this work, the architect pronounces itself against the paradigms of the international style. The house is a transparent box, neither continuous, nor rootless. On the contrary, it is the revelation of a way to inhabit of a man and its world, a true place as it is it all work of architecture that aspires to being art. This is a house for "an american" that lives in the desert in relation to his immensity.

Rose Pauson House. 1939. Phoenix, Arizona. (1942 destroyed by fire) Frank Lloyd Wright.

Rose Pauson House. 1939. Phoenix, Arizona. (1942 destroyed by fire) Frank Lloyd Wright.

Rose Pauson House. 1939. Phoenix, Arizona. (In 1943, a house fire destroyed the house) Frank Lloyd Wright.

Rose Pauson House. 1939. Phoenix, Arizona. (In 1943, a house fire destroyed the house) Frank Lloyd Wright.