Frank Lloyd Wright
The 70-foot semicircular great room with vaulted ceilings and a wall of glass doors that faces Crystal Lake features the original Wright-designed 40-foot sofa.
Founder and filmmaker Michael Miner wants to restore great buildings lost to "short-sighted, capricious changes in taste."
Banff’s City Council voted to move forward with the proposal to rebuild Wright’s demolished masterwork. That is, if supporters can raise the funds.
An owner of a Frank Lloyd Wright home believes that the historic designation on his property prevents it from appealing to a wide swath of potential buyers.
It’s not every day you see a Frank Lloyd Wright design go on the market in Nevada, so when there is one, there’s probably a good story behind it. And there is for this early ‘60s masonry block Usonian-style house in Boulder City, Nevada.
An effort to get a selection of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most important works recognized by one of the world’s foremost cultural heritage organizations didn’t pan out, at least this year.
Designed for a client who used a wheelchair, the home made its owner realize "his capabilities, not his disabilities."
The house was built in 1948 for Edith and Albert Adelman, and is still in the family. It comprises a concrete block-and-wood exterior with the long, low-lying profile for which Wright’s residential designs became renowned.
The three-bedroom home was designed by Wright in 1958 and completed in 1960 for Paul C. Olfelt, a radiologist. The Olfelts worked with Wright personally before the architect’s death in 1959.
A Wright home from Minnesota has been shipped to Pennsylvania, ready to be reassembled and reopened to the public.
It's also beautifully illustrated
A new documentary explains how a dedicated Frank Lloyd Wright fan convinced the master to design a cottage for him in Wisconsin, and how the lost work was rediscovered decades later.
In collaboration with Spanish firm Aixopluc, students from the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture built a number of shelters on the school's Scottsdale, Arizona, campus over twelve weeks. Their budget? $2,000.
The Muirhead Farmhouse in Plato Center, Illinois, offers a unique spin on the Usonian style
In 1957, Frank Lloyd Wright went rogue and created his own futuristic design for the Arizona capitol.
For decades, a small organization has lobbied the town of Banff to rebuild Wright's elegant 1914 Banff Park Pavilion.
No Wright Way: architects, owners, and overseers of three Chicago-area Wright properties—The E. Arthur Davenport House, the Oscar B. Balch House, and the landmark Robie House—discuss their different approaches to these singular properties.
Start planning your road trips now; the recently approved motor route hopes to boost Wright tourism in the state
Here's your chance to pick up a Usonian-style motor lodge in Spring Green, Wisconsin, from 1952.
The Ralph Jester home is a stunning example of bringing the outdoors in
Preservationists want to restore the Peters-Margedant House, a prototype of Usonian design
Lack of qualified bidder to restore property; furniture and dishes sold