|Here's a different piano design |
by Wright, designed for another
house -- also not buil
I'm no piano expert (okay, I know nothing about pianos, or any instrument, for that matter) but I cannot imagine a "...design that is a curious hybrid of baby grand and upright, with pier-like front legs that sport ovular planters" would be huge with piano players or music aficionados. Would it still sound good? Would the plants grow better with music? What music do plants like?
But damn! It would have looked good in the room. If I could have a piano like this, I'd learn to play.
|Photos from The Weekly Wright-up blog -- the refurbished Reception Room colors |
seem to be inspired by neighborhood ginkgo trees.