Famed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright-designed iconic buildings like the Fallingwater house in Pennsylvania and the Guggenheim Museum in New York — and he also designed a dog house for a 12-year-old boy who sent him a letter. Jim Berger grew up in San Anselmo, California, the home that his parents had commissioned Wright to design, according to Marin County. In 1956, when Berger was 12 years old, he sent a letter to Wright asking for plans for a matching dog house for his labrador retriever, Eddie.
“I would appreciate it if you would design me a dog house, which would be easy to build, but would go with our house,” wrote Berger in the letter. “The reason I would like this dog house is for the winters mainly.”
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