|SAMARA Photo Gallery|
|Ed Townsend, Photographer|
| Gallery VII - Nighttime Decor"Photographs that say a lot about Frank Lloyd Wright's genius of design." Ed Townsend, 1999
The decor of SAMARA is intriguing at night because of the striking way that the property is lighted. Light reflecting off the ornaments hanging from corners of the house never fail to catch your attention.
The long spike located at SAMARA's entry gate serves as a beacon at night when the property is approached from the street. The entry gate is attached to a brick mass that anchors the lighted spike. A short distance up the brick driveway from the spike a garden lamp post draws attention toward the house which shines brilliantly in the background. A Soleri bell hanging from the cantilevered roof near the front door of the house draws visitors toward the entrance which is otherwise hidden from view.
Organic Architecture * Moods of SAMARA * Nature of SAMARA * Copper of SAMARA
Mystic Quality * Oriental Art * Nighttime Decor * Colors of SAMARA
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This page was created July 1, 1999
Latest revision July 31, 2000