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Lloyd Wright's Striking, Mayan-Inspired Derby House in L.A. is on the Market For $2.8M

One of architect Lloyd Wright's "strongest achievements," the 1926
Derby House in Glendale, is up for grabs once again. Wright's father, Frank Lloyd Wright, supposedly credited his son with creating the famous textile block technique (used in several of FLW's Los Angeles houses, including La Miniatura in Pasadena and the Storer House in the Hollywood Hills). The last time Derby was for sale, it barely lasted a month on the market—not surprising considering its epic coolness.

Curbed LA has the full story. >>