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Glass walls separate the living room/kitchen from the outdoors.

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The kitchen is absolutely original, down to the Formica countertops and space-age hardware.

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A 1950s photo shows the floor-to-ceiling paneled walls that swivel to open the master bedroom to the courtyard.

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Another look at the ingenious swiveling paneled walls.

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A living room photo from the 1950s shows the same standing fireplace.

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Another look at the living room. True to the Sarasota School of Architecture style, architect Tim Seibert used humble materials, like these concrete-block walls.

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The poolside terrace as it looked in 1950.

This week, photographer Robert Castro is bringing us some of nature's best eye candy: Bright flowers he snapped on his travels around town.

All photos by Robert Castro, enhanced with Instagram.

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