Frank Lloyd Wright Houses

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Cooke House, Started with a Letter

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The Cooke House was among the last houses designed by legendary modernist architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright set to work designing the house, in 1953. Construction eventually began in 1959, …

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s SC Johnson Wax Complex and Research Tower

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A decade after finishing the SC Johnson Administration building in Racine, Wisconsin, Frank Lloyd Wright started the construction of the Research and Development Tower. The 1950s building for SC Johnson was the …

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Frank Lloyd Wright Homes: The Charles Ennis House

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The Charles Ennis House is a spectacular design of world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Built for Mabel and Charles Ennis in 1924, this Modernist house sits over the city of Los …

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Company Tower

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Architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) was one of the word’s most renowned of the 20th century in his profession, he designed over 1,000 structures, but the Price Company Tower in …

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A Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Home, the Zimmerman House

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The Frank Lloyd Wright‘s Zimmerman House, completed in 1952, is what the architect described as a Usonian Homes. The term describes his vision for the American landscape, incorporating both architecture …

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fawcett House, Los Banos, CA

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 The Fawcett house is one of the best examples of Frank Lloyd Wright’s unconventional approach to design. For Wright, architecture was a great living spirit from which generation to generation, …

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece, Fallingwater

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Fallingwater First Floor Plan Fallingwater Second Floor Plan Fallingwater Third Floor Plan Fallingwater Guest First Floor Plan Fallingwater Guest Second Floor Plan Frank Lloyd Wright devoted his life to Organic Architecture, the space within. Following …

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The Frank Lloyd Wright Imperial Hotel in Tokyo

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Frank Lloyd Wright designed over a thousand different structures during his lifespan, the majority of which were houses. He was a domestic architect and believed he could have greater impact if he designed structures where …

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2 Men, 1 Dream: Joseph Eichler and Frank Lloyd Wright

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A house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright had the innate capability to transform people. The structure, the light, the audible and sensible qualities and the different use of material.  It …

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple: Holy Concrete

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It was during the first decade of a new century that a young architect named Frank Lloyd Wright harboured a vision of a new American building that would dispense with …

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s La Miniatura, The Millard House

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Frank Lloyd Wright built the Millard House (La Miniatura) in Pasadena, California, after experiencing the use of concrete with the Unity temple in Illinois. But he was dissatisfied with it as a construction material. Frank …

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3 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Houses We Love

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Frank Lloyd Wright was unquestionably the father of American Modernism. His focus on connecting the outside nature with the inside is for example clear in the Fallingwater, or Kaufmann Residence, that …

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s ‘Dream House’: The Schwartz House

The Schwartz House was part of Frank Lloyd Wright’s effort to affirm a new, original American architectural style with no reference to the past: the ‘Usonian’ style. The house was originally designed …

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How You Can Visit The Frank Lloyd Wright Buehler House

At the dawn of the 20th century, American architecture was a melting pot of styles, often inspired by European trends and leitmotifs. But Frank Lloyd Wright, whose career was about to …

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The Frank Lloyd Wright Marden House

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  Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Marden House in 1952 for Luis Marden, an acclaimed National Geographic photographer, and his wife Ethel. The Marden House is made of cinder blocks and …

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