Except for changes to the sunroom, kitchen and wallpaper, no major modifications have been made to the home in 120 years.
The Chicago community of La Grange is home to four Frank Lloyd Wright homes, including a “bootleg” one that he designed outside of a contract.
Constructed of concrete block, the home is integrated with the landscape and experiments with outdoor living spaces — like many Frank Lloyd Wright designs.
The 3,100-square-foot property is decked out with custom cabinetry made of Philippine mahogany, a generous hearth and gilded ceilings.
The dispute over an important Phoenix home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright has been resolved, according to the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy.
What goes around comes around. None of this could be more true than America’s returned fascination with mid-century modern design. Popularized by AMC’s TV show “Mad […]
He is billed as “the greatest American architect of all time” by the American Institute of Architects, but yet, Frank Lloyd Wright never attended architecture school. […]