Projects from across the country—which you can still visit—that present an overview of his incredible career Few names are as ever-present in American architecture as Frank Lloyd Wright, a visionary whose work continues to serve as an inspiration, the bedrock upon which much of modernist architecture is built. Show More Summary
The Frank Lloyd Wright Revival Institute recently received the green light to rebuild this Prairie-style recreation facility in Banff. While there’s no shortage of homes and projects designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that have been canonized...Show More Summary
This house in Evanston, Illinois was built by John Van Bergen—who worked in Frank Lloyd Wright's studio—in 1928. But it used to be somewhere else, as in two miles from where it currently sits. READ MORE »
Stunning 1965 home from the mind of Frank Lloyd Wright’s protégé and colleague Aaron Green has a handful of designs around the Bay Area. Two noteworthy examples being the Marin County Civic Center, which he helped complete Wright’s death...Show More Summary
Tour a Midcentury Modern home designed by renowned architect Aaron Green, an associate and proponent of Frank Lloyd Wright’s organic architecture, during the White Point Home Tour on Sept. 11. Recently the site of music video and photo shoots, the Rancho Palos Verdes estate has never been open...
The Architectural Record recently chose the 125 "most significant works that defined architecture" built in the past 125 years. Included are the Morgan Library, the old Penn Station, Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House, the Eames House,...Show More Summary
Demolished in 1938, the Banff Pavilion in Alberta, Canada may be rebuilt, once funding has been assured. The town council has approved plans for the building.
Described by some as a “man cave,” the small brick structure shows Wright working on a smaller scale, designing in tune with the landscape Frank Lloyd Wright loved Wisconsin. But a project in Quasqueton, Iowa, gave the architect a unique opportunity to reflect the Midwest landscape from multiple dimensions. Show More Summary
Add some architecture to your vacation As one of America’s most prolific and renowned architects, Frank Lloyd Wright is best known for buildings like Fallingwater, Taliesin West, and the Hollyhock House. But hundreds of lesser-known homes are still standing. Show More Summary
The right rental can make your vacation—so why not stay in a home built to please by some of the world's top architects? With designs by the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier, these homes give a new meaning to vacationing in style. Here are our nine favorite options everywhere from Mallorca to Massachusetts.
Take a video tour! TMZ reports that actor-director-lunatic Mel Gibson is parting with a four-bedroom home in Sherman Oaks that he’s owned since 2009. According to the trusty gossip site, Gibson’s ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva had been...Show More Summary
Created for a group of autoworkers and teachers near Detroit, these unbuilt homes show the architect designing for the common man. Frank Lloyd Wright often fancied himself an architect of the common man, and while the cost of hiring him suggested otherwise, he did create numerous projects meant to elevate the lives of those with more modest means. Show More Summary
It’s considered one of Wright’s final designs One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s final designs has just gone on the market in Virginia Beach. Known as the Cooke House, the 3,000-square-foot home was the result of a letter written by Maude and Andrew Cooke in 1951 that began thusly: "Dear Mr. Show More Summary
Founder and filmmaker Michael Miner wants to restore great buildings lost to “short-sighted, capricious changes in taste.” Hundreds of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings are still standing, providing a catalog of the architect’s creativity and influence. Show More Summary
In Architecture's Odd Couple, historian Hugh Howard examines the fraught relationship between Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson. In Architecture's Odd Couple, historian Hugh Howard examines the fraught relationship between Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson. Show More Summary
Revived recreation space was one of only two Canadian projects by Wright. After a flood damaged Frank Lloyd Wright’s elegant Banff Park Pavilion in 1939, the building was tragically demolished, a little more than 25 years after it was completed. Show More Summary
The seller believes that it hurts its appeal to potential buyers Here’s an interesting question: Would a historical designation hinder or help the sale of a property? According to the Journal Gazette, Richard Herber, owner of the only...Show More Summary
In their book “The Intellectual Versus the City,” published in 1962, Morton and Lucia White pointed out that from Thomas Jefferson to Ralph Waldo Emerson to Frank Lloyd Wright, America’s brainiac class has generally regarded cities with fear and distaste. Show More Summary
Yes, Nevada Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what you've got. Location: Boulder City, Nevada Price: $500,000 It’s...Show More Summary