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I absolutely agree. I’ve never been in a space quite so magnificently inviting and well thought out. That living/dining space is just absolutely incredible like you said, with that big brick fireplace separating the two. I took a tour of it a few years ago. It was a really cold day in February so it was just me, the tour guide, and a random couple. I was having a total nerd-gasm the whole time, and I think the guide started to get annoyed with me because I kept asking a million super-specific questions. But the craziest thing is the date of construction. If you look at other houses being designed at that time, you’ll understand why FLW was such a visionary.