In period depictions of the interiors of some of Frank Lloyd Wright's residential projects, such as the Robie House in Chicago, the placement and proportions of furnishings, along with interior detailing, often contributed the sense that rooms were larger than they are in reality.
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A much later view inside the Robie House illustrates the impact different furnishings can have on perceptions of a space.
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