In the early 1950s Bernardine and I N Hagan asked Frank Lloyd Wright to design a house for them on their land in the mountains above Uniontown in Pennsylvania. Lloyd Wright obliged and without visiting the site, except for a short trip during the construction phase, he produced a wonderful house.
Here's a few photos of the the I N Hagan House when I visited Kentuck Knob in 2005.
MELBOURNE ART DECO
In 2009 Robin Grow published a book on Melbourne Art Deco, with images largely supplied by David Thompson. The book quickly sold out and he is pleased to say that it has now been re-published by Brolga Press, with updates, errors corrected and a new cover.
Best of all, it is selling for about $25 in the shops and on-line. Art Deco & Modernism Society members can purchase a copy from me for $22, (includes postage within Australia). For overseas orders please email for postage rates. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested, and advise if you would like the book to be dedicated and/or signed.