Art: Wright Makes It Right

Architect Frank Lloyd Wright, 77, dislikes buildings "all dressed up in military fashion, heels together, eyes front. . . ." He makes his houses lie flat on the ground and stretch out. To his followers, the old master is a modern Michelangelo whose sculptures can be lived in.

Wright's latest, a country house for wealthy stockbroker Gerald Loeb, has yet to be built, but a 6 ft. by 12 ft. model went on view last week in Manhattan's Museum of Modern Art. Designed for a barren hilltop, the Loeb house was to be as low, flat and full of wrinkles as an...

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