Hanna House

Sam at the Hanna House

The Hanna House is a house designed for Paul and Jean Hanna at Stanford by Frank Lloyd Wright. It was made in 1936, but it had a very modern feel.

It's often called the "honeycomb house" because the house was designed to be hexagonal rather than square. The floor tiles are all hexagons; the house as a whole is a hexagon; the rooms, the furniture, and everything else is hexagonal.

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