"inside story" piece on the collaboration of Tom Wright of Wright-Ryan Construct
"inside story" piece on the collaboration of Tom Wright of Wright-Ryan Construction and Portland architect Winton Scott in the building of a harbor-view South Freeport home, which appears to emerge naturally from a glacial ridge. The house was designed as a "rebellion" against "McMansions," says Scott. No dynamite was used to excavate for the house, which zigzags across the ridge. Inside, a series of ascending platforms culminate in a southern deck with a 270-degree view. Wrights' grandfather and great-grandfather lived in Frank Lloyd Wright's (no relation) Heath House.
Kaplan, Phil, ""inside story" piece on the collaboration of Tom Wright of Wright-Ryan Construct" (2005). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 783.
Full text is not available here. Please contact the Library for a copy of the article.