Tuesday, September 25, 2007

FLW home in stunning 360-degree photography
I read the article on Virginia Loveness selling her 1954 Frank Lloyd Wright home in White Bear Lake. It was nice. And so were the photographs. But neither print version compares to the super cool photographs on the Strib's website. Click on the 360-degree photos and you can spin around to get a you-are-there view of the house and its surroundings. You can look left and right, up and down, just as if you were standing there. If you don't have a broadband Internet connection, you might want to buy the house: The price tag is $3.75 million.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This one is for sale too...



The Willey house was on tour for the Minnesota Society for Architectural
historians on 9/22 and will be again for the preservation
conference on Sunday 10/5


Gotta Frank Lloyd Wright designed
structure to sell?

Here's the place to advertise or discuss it:
Although since the listing fee
is $250 not many will post.