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And who am I? I built many famed homes, but only one here.
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Light House Hill, staten island
Frank lloyd Wright
48 manor court
It’s ‘The Cass House’ (aka ‘Crimson Beach’), located at 48 Manor Court in the Lighthouse Hill section of Staten Island … designed by architect Frank Lloyd White
Frank LLoyd Wright’s “The Crimson Beech” on Lighthouse Hill in Staten Island.
Is this on Staten Island, the “Crimson Beech,” aka the William and Catherine Cass House, on Lighthouse Hill, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright?
More photographs of the home may be found on the bottom of this web page:
Frank Lloyd Wright, Crimson Beech, New Dorp, Staten Island, 1958.
F L Wright on Staten Island. I think it was Cathy Case’s house . Something like Copper Beaches?
Staten Island, Manor Ct, on Lighthouse Hill. A Frank Lloyd Wright house, only one in NYC.
Is this the S.I. F.L.W. house?
I’m Frank Lloyd Wright, and we’re in Lighthouse Hill SI?
only frank lloyd wright house in nyc area, lighthouse hill staten island, been there dozen’s of times, actually not very prepossessing
The only Frank Lloyd house in NYC aka “The Crimson Beech” house on Lighthouse Hill, Staten Island.
Frank Lloyd Wright =)
The Crimson Beech? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Crimson_Beech
That would be the Frank Lloyd Wright house on Manor Court, which is on Lighthouse Hill, in Staten Island.
“The Crimson Beech” in Lighthouse Hill, SI. Frank Lloyd Wright.
I was gonna say Frank Lloyd Wright, but then my mouse cursor was on the picture, which then pointed out the answer…
This is probably the Crimson Beech by Frank Lloyd Wright, though he also has the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan as well as his only NYC projects.
Wright also designed an auto showroom interior in Midtown, which was recently destroyed.
Cass House by Frank Loyd Wright, Lighthouse Hill, Staten Isjand
Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright. The Crimson Beech (William Cass House) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Crimson_Beech
Staten Island. Frank Lloyd Wright house.
That would be ol’ Frank Lloyd Wright’s house, The Crimson Beech (aka the Cass House,) on Lighthouse Hill in Staten Island.
Frank lloyd Wright. Located on Lighthouse Hill, Staten Island
You are on Lighthouse Hill in Staten Island. It is called “The Crimson Beech” and was built by Frank Lloyd Wright. It is the only house designed and built by him in New York City. It was erected and finished in 1959 but Mr. Wright never got to see it as he was ill and died in the same year.
You are on Lighthouser Hill on Staten Island. The house is a Frank LLoyd Wright designed pre-fab and the only residence in NYC designed by Wright. The house goes by the handle “The Crimson Beech” and is also known as the Cass house. It was declared a landmark in 1990.
The Crimson Beech House, Staten Island
Frank Lloyd Wright, Crimson Beach House
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