- Posted October 6, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Photo essays: Your stories in pictures
Frank Lloyd Wright Home. Save or Demolish?
The iReporter says the architecture of the home is so thoughtful, one could see how much work Wright put into the design. 'He, almost magically and so gracefully, combines square lines with curves throughout the house. It feels like a really sophisticated roller coaster,' he said.
You can see more of his photography at his Facebook page, Andrew Pielage Photography.
- Jareen, CNN iReport producer
With a long spiral entrance that leads you first to sweeping views of picturesque Camelback mountain and then an option to enter the house to your left or continue swirling all the way up to the top deck for 360 degrees of beautiful Scottsdale and the surrounding area. It's also the only residential building Wright designed that uses the same trademark spirals of his New York City masterpiece, the Guggenheim. Filled to the brim with absolutely stunning Philippine mahogany and Wrights "Organic Architecture" it is truly one of the most beautifully built houses the world has seen.
There are a lot of rumors "swirling" around this house (pun intended) and from what I gather, I think both sides agree the house should be saved. Now they just need to figure out the harder part. Who is gonna pay for it?
Now its your turn. What do you think? Save or Demolish? And who pays?