AbstractSuggesting alternative commentary surrounding Peter Eisenman's House VI, this article proposes a new narrative of romance between Suzanne and Richard Frank, their home, and Eisenman. Through a thematic paring of romantic and spatial theory the home's reexamination seeks to present a more loving interpretation of Eisenman's uncompromising design. Where spatial interruptions were once viewed as obstacles, here they are seen to create desire.
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