#105. Robert M. Lamp Residence (1903)
Only in a nice neighborhood like Madison could you have broken windows and still not get broken into. The exterior of the house looked as if it’d gone through some trauma, (a) while the interior looked to be kept somewhat well intact. (b) The roof terrace provides views to Madison’s lakes. As seen in the symmetrical façade, the house is an example of Wright’s early four-square plan. The house is the beginning of the fireproof house, a further developed square plan.