|image: Brian Pomeroy [source]|
I once thought I might like to write an article about a Frank Lloyd Wright landscape. My hometown of Tulsa has a FLW house, Westhope (which no one is allowed to enter, or perhaps I am simply not well-connected enough to enter) and a set of intriguing old photos of its gardens I once found in an archive remain in my memory as an unrealized garden history dream.
Westhope is one of Wright's squares, and I like Wright best in squares, not in the triangles he later adopted as a guiding geometry. But I recently ran across this garden bench from his 'Samara' house in West Lafayette, Indiana., whose assymetrical polygons give the standard boulder-and-seat arrangement a great mid-century vibe. I could do this!