Norman Silk and Dale Morgan are taking on the wonderful task of restoring the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Dorothy Turkel House in Detroit, Michigan (1955). The house is one of Wright's Usonian Automatic designs made from standard and specialized concrete blocks. It was in woeful condition due and in danger of being lost, until the new owners decided to save it. What's equally nice is that they've been posting photos of the progress on Flickr.com for people to enjoy. Follow the link to see some the labor of love that is repairing the Turkel house. Enjoy!
Photo copyright Norman Silk and Dale Morgan