The foundations for Stanley Marcus’ practice of hiring top-flight architects to design his stores were perhaps laid in 1934, when he hired Frank Lloyd Wright to design a home for himself and his wife, Billie.

Wright’s earliest sketches did not include bedrooms — since Wright felt Dallas’ mild climate meant the Marcuses could sleep outdoors on a patio — nor closets.

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