Lloyd Wright house

Barbara Adams’ father-in-law challenged <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST002261" title="Frank Lloyd Wright" href="/topic/arts-culture/architecture/frank-lloyd-wright-PEHST002261.topic">Frank Lloyd Wright</a> to design a house that he and his son — Adams’ future husband — could build themselves. Wright’s son, Lloyd Wright, designed the Reseda home in 1939. The square house, 26 feet wide, has a roof angled to provide relief from the San Fernando Valley’s intense summer heat.
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( Carlos Chavez / Los Angeles Times / November 29, 2001 )

Barbara Adams’ father-in-law challenged Frank Lloyd Wright to design a house that he and his son — Adams’ future husband — could build themselves. Wright’s son, Lloyd Wright, designed the Reseda home in 1939. The square house, 26 feet wide, has a roof angled to provide relief from the San Fernando Valley’s intense summer heat.

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