Frank Lloyd Wright Designed A Dog House for a 12-Year Old Kid

The year was 1956 and since little Jim Berger’s father didn’t know how to build one, the kid wrote a letter to the famous architect. Frank Lloyd Wright granted the request and sent Berger plans for the house. Apparently, it was a nightmare to build. “The roughly 3-foot wide-by-5-foot long-by 3-feet high doghouse has a sharp triangular shape, with a sloping shingled roof. It is made of Philippine mahogany and weighs about 250 pounds.”

via, AP

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