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Frank Lloyd Wright's designs are a hot market again

When writer Emily Novick and her husband, Steve Goldstein, then a pediatrics professor and physician in chief at Comer Children's Hospital, moved to Chicago in 2004 from the East Coast, they scoured the housing market in Kenwood and Hyde Park, looking for a home that would offer enough space to...

Preservation Watch: 50 Shades of Gray: Matching Concrete and the Challenges of Restoring Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple

Exterior image of Unity Temple. All photos courtesy Unity Temple Restoration Foundation. Architecture fans plan pilgrimages to Chicago just to see key works by icons such as Mies van der Rohe and Frank Lloyd Wright in person. Gunny Harboe,...

Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin Table Lamps Now For Sale — Design News

Pin it FLW fans, you can now have a piece of Taliesin in your living room. Japanese company Yamagiwa is now releasing the reproduced Taliesin 4 lamp internationally. READ MORE »

And You Thought Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater Couldn't Look Any Better

Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater was named AIA's "all-time greatest work of American architecture," but if you thought that it was perfect you would have been wrong, until today, because before today it didn't have psychedelic fox heads growing out...

Wright Stuff: The Organic Beauty of Frank Lloyd Wright's Graycliff

Photo by Patrick J. Mahoney/Graycliff Next to Chicago and Oak Park, Illinois, no area can lay claim to as many works by Frank Lloyd Wright as Buffalo, New York. From the sprawling Darwin Martin House to the Larkin Building,...

Curbed LA: Incredible Restored Lloyd Wright House in L.A. Asks $5.3M

Designed by Lloyd Wright (son of Frank Lloyd Wright) and built in 1936, this stunning house in L.A.'s Brentwood neighborhood features the original cypress doors and panels, Brazilian walnut wood flooring (restored), and stone fireplaces within its 3,161 square...

Rad Restorations: This Restored Midcentury Gem by a Frank Lloyd Wright Apprentice Dazzles

All photos by Mariko Reed, courtesy of Klopf Architecture via Designboom. If you don't know the work of the late midcentury architect (and one-time Frank Lloyd Wright acolyte) Ellis Jacob, let this serve as an introduction for you. ...

New to Market: Lloyd Wright in Brentwood Has Incredible Backyard, Asks $5.3M

Designed by Lloyd Wright (son of Frank Lloyd Wright) and built in 1936, this stunning Brentwood house features the original cypress doors and panels, Brazilian walnut wood flooring (restored), and stone fireplaces...

Exploring one of Frank Lloyd Wright's signature buildings in photos

Promoted by SC Johnson Celebrate the extraordinary work of Frank Lloyd Wright at SC Johnson’s campus, where visitors can tour Wright-designed buildings and view some of his most famous drawings up close as part of the new Wasmuth Portfolio...Show More Summary

Curbed Chicago: In Chicago, a Renovated Frank Lloyd Wright Gem Lists for $750K

Frank Lloyd Wright homes aren't exactly rare in the Chicago area, but this is one of the rare few Wright homes for sale within Chicago city limits. Located on a quiet street in the Beverly neighborhood, this large four...

Optimum Flow of Spaces Exhibited by Mid-Century Modern Home in California

Klopf Architecture, Outer Space Landscape Architects, and Flegels Construction updated a classical 1950s original mid-century modern home designed by the late Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice Ellis Jacobs. Klopf Architecture pushed the original design intent to make the house more open and uniform from space to space, while improving energy efficiency. Show More Summary

Tiny Architecture: Works by Frank Lloyd Wright and More Get the Tiny Treatment

All photos via Atlas of Interiors Once in awhile, the stars align and everything is suddenly right on the Internet. That was just the case when our browsers fell upon Atlas of Interiors, a user-uploaded encyclopedia of architecture in dollhouse...

14 Women Artists Who've Changed The Way We Think About Design

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M uch like today, the design world of 1950s and '60s America buzzed with big names. Crack open a history book on the era and you'll find chapters devoted to them -- Buckminster Fuller, Frank Lloyd Wright, Isamu Noguchi, Donald Judd, Richard Serra. Show More Summary

Saving the 20th century: New Getty Foundation grants for modern architecture

The Getty Foundation has announced a second round of grants for its Keeping It Modern conservation initiative, funding the study of exceptional architecture including Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple in Oak Park, Ill., and Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius' residence in Lincoln, Mass.

8 Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Homes You Can Sleep In

Opening the door to a Frank Lloyd Wright house is like walking into a work of art. Floor-to-ceiling windows, vast open space, an uncluttered floor plan, and varying ceiling heights work together to create what Wright himself described as “a thing of beauty.” A handful of Frank Lloyd Wright–designed homes can be booked for overnight stays. Show More Summary

Curbed Chicago: Own a Clone of Frank Lloyd Wright's Thomas Gale House

While clones of Frank Lloyd Wright homes may not be as common as replicas of the White House, there are a few Wright knockoffs throughout the Chicago suburbs. Wright is best known for his Prairie style homes, but in...

Curbed Seattle: Who Will Finally Buy This Milton Stricker Gem in Seattle?

What do you people have against Milton Stricker? The guy's a Frank Lloyd Wright disciple! His work forms the basis for Organic Architecture! Clearly, Washington homebuyers are not impressed. His 3-bedroom in the city's Duvall neighb' sat on the...

Curbed Chicago: Pagoda Roofs and Tile Murals Complete This Mod Chicago Masterpiece

Tucked away between two golf courses in the Chicago suburb of North Barrington lies this oddly shaped but incredible home. Built in 1969, this pagoda-like home was designed by former Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice Don Erickson. It sits on...

FOUND: An Original Frank Lloyd Wright House That Frank Lloyd Wright Probably Didn't Want You To See

The house as seen from Google Streetview (Image: Google, 2015) No one realized that the house at 2106 East Newton St. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was anything special, let alone a lost treasure. Up until now it's been valued at $225,100. Show More Summary

Curbed Chicago: After Four Years, Frank Lloyd Wright's George Madison Millard House May Finally Have a Buyer

Photo via Redfin While some homes may enter and leave the market in mere hours, others can spend months or even years waiting for an offer. And after four years of bouncing on and off the market, Frank Lloyd Wright's...

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