Built in 1959, the low-slung residence features walls of glass, a heated pool, and a view deck Known as the John L. Mace house, this Sunset Strip residence was designed by Lloyd "son of Frank" Wright in 1959. According to its listing,...Show More Summary
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Simple beauty, with a side of archispeak In collaboration with Tarragona, Spain-based design firm Aixopluc (Catalan for "home"), students from the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture built a number of shelters on the school's Scottsdale, Arizona, campus, Taliesin West (formerly home to Wright's Arizona residence and studio). Show More Summary
The Muirhead Farmhouse in Plato Center, Illinois, offers a unique spin on the Usonian style While Frank Lloyd Wright’s legacy came in large part from his progressive private residences, a farmhouse may just be the perfect platform to unite different chapters of his career. Show More Summary
Designed "for the public good" Looking more Buckminster Fuller than Prairie style, Frank Lloyd Wright's 1957 design for the Arizona Capitol building has everything a state legislative body might need; honeycombed glass canopy (with a...Show More Summary
We already know what we're bidding on Though we're fans of design auctions—and have written about them on these pages in the past—furniture, design objets, and even entire homes (by Frank Lloyd Wright, no less) are rad, but wouldn'tShow More Summary
Icons of midcentury modern design by the likes of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright, Eero Saarinen and Marcel Breuer still stand across America,...
Recently unearthed photos show Frank Loyd Wright's only SF building shortly after opening Pulled from the USC Digital Libraries, who recently digitized more than 1,300 old images (many of which are of gorgeous Los Angeles), the astounding shots of Frank Lloyd Wright's V.C. Show More Summary
The trove at the University of Southern California includes 1940s, 50s, and 60s snaps of designs by Richard Neutra, Frank Lloyd Wright, and more The look, the feel...of midcentury modern homes: They have a near universally recognizable...Show More Summary
This Prairie-style structure, torn down in the '30s, was one of Wright's only Canadian projects Would you road trip up to Banff, Canada, to feast your eyes on an exactingly detailed recreation of a long-demolished Frank Lloyd WrightShow More Summary
Pin it We often talk about tiny houses and small space living as if they're a new thing, but the truth is that little houses have been around for years (and were, in fact, once the norm for a majority of Americans). Case in point: this...Show More Summary
Prominence of name has never guaranteed the preservation of architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright's Park Avenue Showroom was demolished in 2013 just blocks from his iconic Guggenheim Museum, Louis Kahn's Philadelphia commercial storefront was torn down in 2014, just a couple of years after the grand unveiling of his Four Freedoms Park in New York.
When it comes to preserving the famous architect’s work, there’s no single way to approach restoration or renovation What’s the best way to honor a building’s past, yet preserve it for the future? This central question underlying the work of preservationists and architects applies to every step of restoring and renovating a historic home. Show More Summary
Start planning your road trips now; the recently approved motor route hopes to boost Wright tourism in the state A long-discussed Wright route through Wisconsin came to fruition earlier this week, when Governor Scott Walker signed a bill Monday to create the Frank Lloyd Wright Trail. Show More Summary
Red rocks for days Location: Sedona, Arizona Price: $2,099,000 Nature beckons at this 1989 single-story house wholly surrounded by majestic red rock formations, conifer trees, and the open sky. Designed in the spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright's...Show More Summary
Some of the world's most influential architects have designed homes for Pasadena residents. Charles and Henry Greene created the Gamble House for David and Mary Gamble in 1908, and Frank Lloyd Wright designed his first textile concrete block house, La Miniatura, for Alice Willard in 1923. But what...
Located atop Olive Hill, this quaint park offers sweeping vistas of the Hollywood Sign and Griffith Observatory, and is home to Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House. It was the brainchild of the brilliant heiress Aline Barnsdall, whose...Show More Summary
For a discounted $26 million, you can own a piece of the storied Plaza Hotel. In fact, you can sleep in the very same apartment once occupied by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The Plaza, New York's iconic hotel and residence, has stood tall in the corner of Central Park South since 1906. Show More Summary
Frank Lloyd Wright's disciple and son-in-law's first project was the Peters-Margedant House
And live in a whole community of homes designed after Wright's principles Location: Worthington, Ohio Price: $699,900 It may not be an original Frank Lloyd Wright design, but this Usonian-style home in Worthington, Ohio has a distinction of its own. Show More Summary