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Frank Lloyd Wright's Ordway building west courtyard
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Frank Lloyd Wright's Lucius Pond Ordway building at Florida Southern College. The building most reminiscent of Taliesen West, it was completed in 1952. Taliesen West went up seven years later. The glass clerestory windows were replaced with fiberglass panels in a 1980's renovation for energy savings.

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