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Lakefront Frank Lloyd Wright house with original furniture returns to market

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.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Revival Initiative wants to bring back lost masterpieces

Founder and filmmaker Michael Miner wants to restore great buildings lost to "short-sighted, capricious changes in taste."

Long-lost Frank Lloyd Wright pavilion will be rebuilt in Canadian town

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.

Frank Lloyd Wright homeowner wants historic designation removed

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.

Impressive Frank Lloyd Wright house in Nevada asks $500K

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.

Frank Lloyd Wright buildings passed over by UNESCO World Heritage committee

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.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s largest NJ house asks $2.2M

The 1940 James B. Christie House embodies Wright’s Usonian concept, which called for simple, single-story dwellings that embrace natural materials and a strong visual connection to the outdoors. Take a tour.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s accessible, empowering design for a client with a wheelchair

Designed for a client who used a wheelchair, the home made its owner realize "his capabilities, not his disabilities."

Inside a gorgeously restored Frank Lloyd Wright house

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.

Rare Frank Lloyd Wright house goes on market for first time ever

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.

Frank Lloyd Wright home takes 1,000-mile reconstruction roadtrip

A Wright home from Minnesota has been shipped to Pennsylvania, ready to be reassembled and reopened to the public.

This Is Frank Lloyd Wright: New book offers charming look inside the architect's life

It's also beautifully illustrated

Happy birthday Frank Lloyd Wright! A Curbed reader

On the famed architect's birthday, a collection of our best stories about his life and work

Frank Lloyd Wright's Smallest Project Has a Dramatic, Tragic Past

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.

Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture School Students Built These 'Survival Cabins'

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.

Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Farmhouse Added to Historic Register

The Muirhead Farmhouse in Plato Center, Illinois, offers a unique spin on the Usonian style

See Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bonkers Design for the Arizona Capitol

In 1957, Frank Lloyd Wright went rogue and created his own futuristic design for the Arizona capitol.

Canadian Resort Town Considers Rebuilding Lost Frank Lloyd Wright Pavilion

For decades, a small organization has lobbied the town of Banff to rebuild Wright's elegant 1914 Banff Park Pavilion.

Frank Lloyd Wright Restorations: Three Projects and Perspectives on Preservation

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.

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Map: The New Frank Lloyd Wright Trail in Wisconsin

Start planning your road trips now; the recently approved motor route hopes to boost Wright tourism in the state

Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Motor Inn for Sale, Asking $665K

Here's your chance to pick up a Usonian-style motor lodge in Spring Green, Wisconsin, from 1952.

Virtual Tour: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unbuilt Hollywood Home from 1938

The Ralph Jester home is a stunning example of bringing the outdoors in

Restored '50s Frank Lloyd Wright House Asks $455K

The cheapest Frank Lloyd Wright design for sale in the country right now

Wright-Inspired Tiny Home Resurfaces in Indiana Town

Preservationists want to restore the Peters-Margedant House, a prototype of Usonian design

Breaking: Frank Lloyd Wright Sturges House Doesn't Sell At Auction

Lack of qualified bidder to restore property; furniture and dishes sold

Exclusive: Virtual Tour of an Unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright Design

It's the work of 3D modeling firm Archilogic