In a way, our quest to preserve this tiny home is like time travel. We want to understand what Frank Lloyd Wright intended at the time he intended it.
The 68" x 72" space was the weak spot in the house when we bought it, and we had plans to quickly make it right. It's Wright now.
It is said that Frank Lloyd Wright viewed bathrooms as an afterthought, and our six-by-six foot closet supports that. But we're all-in: down-shifting our lives into smaller spaces with room for fewer things, and Frank is guiding us.