Central Valley Frank Lloyd Wright Ranch House
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy) click thumbnails for larger picssome gorgeous photosBuilt in 1961, the house is surrounded by walnut trees on a remote plot of farmland in the agricultural heart of the Central Valley. Many Wright homes built in the “country” have since been encroached upon by suburban sprawl, but this property seems to remain remote, so the expansive windows open onto an endless view.
Preserving Frank Lloyd Wright's Hemicycle Spring House
The Spring House, also known as the Clifton and George Lewis II House, is the only private house designed by Frank Ll...
Frank Lloyd Wright Done Right Near Chastain Park
[Images via Chapman Hall Realtors] Amidst the high end real estate of Mount Paran Road, this $2.2M 4/4/1 stands out for how it merges with the verdant landscape. We're guessing that was the whole...
Auldbrass - the Frank Lloyd Wright plantation
One of only two Frank Lloyd Wright properties in South Carolina, Auldbrass is the only plantation designed by the famous architect. The sprawling project near Yemassee is among the largest and most complex he ever undertook and Wright worked on it, off and on, from 1938 until his death in 1959. Currently owned by Hollywood producer Joel Silver, the property is opened to viewing once every two years… and I was so lucky as to obtain a ticket to tour this famous estate on my birthday. Doors…
David and Christine Weisblat House (1951), Frank Lloyd Wright
For more information on the David and Christine Weisblat House, Frank Lloyd Wright, and modernism in Michigan, visit www.michiganmodern.org
Frank Lloyd Wright's Hotels - Lake Geneva Wisconsin and Tokyo Japan
Frank Lloyd Wright's hotel in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin and in Japan are gone but certainly not forgotten. The Geneva Lake Hotel operated less than 60 years(1912-1970); similarly, the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan operated only 45 years (1923-1968) and yet these two structures will forever remain in our memory, a lasting legacy to a man who created not just art, not just architecture but a Midwestern style that even today lives on homage to Midwestern natural beauty. And while the Tokyo hotel…
Frank Lloyd Wright in Florida - ero Lucy
Frank Lloyd Wright fu un architetto americano vissuto a cavallo del 1900. Credeva fermamente nell’integrazione di civilta’, natura e architettura, tanto che il suo stile fu chiamato architettura organica. Amava le linee semplici, in contrasto agli stili europei piu’ barocchi e ornati, che esaltassero la funzione. I suoi piu’ famosiContinua a leggere
Frank Lloyd Wright's Endangered Spring House by Allie Weiss
While the home has fallen into disrepair, the Spring Houe Institute hopes to raise funds to restore the structure and turn it into a public facility. Frank Lloyd Wright's Endangered Spring House by Allie Weiss. Browse inspirational photos of modern homes.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s pottery house on the market
The only adobe structure designed by Frank Lloyd Wright was completed using his plans after his death and has hit the Santa Fe real estate market for $4.75 million.
Lewis Spring House | Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Clifton – the wife of George Lewis II, president of The Lewis State Bank, Florida’s oldest bank since 1856, asked Mr. Wright to design a house for their family when they first met him at Florida Southern College In 1950. He said, “find your ground, not on a lot and get in touch.”