Children's play yard, under the living room balcony
Hidden "front door" in the back of the house
Detail of the masonry: vertical mortar joints colored to emphasize the horizontal
Billard Room under renovation: the beams above contain steel.
Note: the fireplace is open at exactly the place where you expect it to be the most massive.
The "prow" of the living room. The glass on the floor provides light into storage spaces below.
On the outside, the art glass has a reflective quality that showe a range of colors that are not visible from within.
This sofa is a reproduction. Note built in side tables
Living Room Prow: inside.
Light streaming into the main floor through fourteen pairs of art glass doors
The casement windows have the lower horizontal bar, so that they can open over the planters without decapitating the plants.
Master Bath with more modern (non clawfoot) tub.
The shower in the Robie Bathroom.
Samples of the historically accurate colors, which will be restored as the restoration continues
Master bedroom art glass.
This is how you pack a Frank Lloyd Wright window for shipping.
Art glass in the master bedroom.