The Rosenbaum House in Alabama is perhaps Frank Llyod Wrights best Usonian House, with cantilevered overhangs for solar heating and natural ventilation, clerestory windows for natural lighting, a long overhang instead of a garage, radiant-floor heating, and tall windows for a strong indoor-outdoor connection.
The house is built of local natural materials and its L-shape wraps around a private back-yard garden. It was built small and cheaply, considered by Wright as a prototype of cheap middle-class housing for the entire world. Many elements have indeed been copied in suburban housing, such as the central service core with a fire place.
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