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  • n. Plural form of Usonian.

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  • In 1936, shortly after he unveiled the model of his proposed city, Wright began building the first in a series of houses that he called Usonians, the sort of small, affordable homes that were the staple of Broadacre City.

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • Built in 1955, it's one of Wright's "Usonians" and has been available for $275

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  • Between 1935 and his death in 1959, Wright built more than 150 Usonians, and his idea of living in houses in a countrylike setting, which is, after all, the mainstay of Broadacre City, took hold in the American popular imagination.

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • The designs are reminiscent of many Frank Lloyd Wright tables furnishing hundreds of Usonians across the US.

    March 2008

  • • Ranch Roots: Wright's Usonians — Connecting the architectural dots from FLW to postwar ranches

    June 2008

  • Check out this recently published book all about them called Olof Dahlstrand: The Usonians by Bill and Bea Welty.

    Olof's Magnificent Seven

  • Canadians live in much the same way that Usonians do.

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  • Altho not traditonal B&B, FLW’s Usonians have walls that are B&B.

    Build Blog » Board & Batten Siding

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