From Putting Things Wright, November 2004
This is my ideal spot to take in the most important meal of the day. I suppose inviting the outside in is something sunrooms are known for. But this is a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in a heavily wooded area. With the exposed wood, concrete, and plenty of glass, it's like eating in the forest without the danger of pesky grizzly bears. Subtle earth tones and clean, geometric lines provide a harmony that will send me off trotting to the TOH office. I like the little details: the lights above the long couch, the edged ceiling beams and the 90-degree glass corner.
—Sal Vaglica, editorial assistant