Frank Lloyd Wright's plans specified solid plate glass along the rear facade. Mrs. Zimmerman, however, insisted on ventilation. Wright's plans were modified to include casement windows facing the gardens. The boundaries between indoors and out vanish when French doors in the dining area fold open. Throughout the house, window corners are mitered to form an uninterrupted band of open views.
This is the kind of "modern home" I could get into. Has both modern and classic details, recalls a Northwest Prairie style. Lots of light, windows, economy of space. The Mission | David's House | David Small Designs