Frank Lloyd Wright Sites

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Since I have been old enough to drive a car, I have visited Frank Lloyd Wright homes in the Chicagoland area and attended the Wright Plus house walks. As my appetite for Wright's architecture has grown, I have also begun to visit homes and buildings in other parts of the country -- there is so much to see... and experience. For more information about these homes please visit my site: www.franklloydwrightsites.com

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Pettit Memorial Chapel
Laurent House - Rockford, IL
Taliesin - Spring Green, WI
Don Erickson, apprentice of Wright
Unitarian Meeting House - Madison, WI
Henderson House - Elmhurst, IL
Wright's Home & Studio - Oak Park, IL
Dana Thomas House - Springfield, IL
Cedar Rock - Quasqueton, Iowa
B. Harley Bradley House - Kankakee, IL
Monona Terrace - Madison, WI
Peter Beachy House - Oak Park, IL
Samara - W. Lafayette, IN
Arizona Biltmore
1st Christian Church - Phoenix, AZ
Arthur Heurtley House - Oak Park, IL
Seth Peterson Cottage
Rookery Building - Chicago, IL
1st National Bank - Dwight, IL
S.C. Johnson Campus in Racine, WI
Wingspread
Thomas P. Hardy House - Racine, WI
Pew House, Shorewood Hills, WI
Herbert Jacobs I House
Hanna "Honeycomb" House
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Pettit Memorial Chapel

Chapel windows

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

Overhanging eaves on the porch

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

Wright mural in downtown Belvedere

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

Interior of Pettit Chapel

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

Interesting corner of chapel

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

Pettit Memorial Chapel

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

Laurent House - Rockford, IL

Laurent House patio

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood

Exterior of the Laurent House from back

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood

Suspended masonry fireplace

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood

Floor to ceiling windows looking out to the koi pond and patio

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood

One of the children's bedrooms

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood

Outdoor light at the end of the driveway

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood

Wright's red square and full-length Taliesin lamp

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood

Planter outside bedroom window

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood

Taliesin - Spring Green, WI

Taliesin Reconsidered : A Japanese screen in the studio dates to the late 18th or early 19th century. Architectural Digest

Taliesin Reconsidered

Burnishing the Treasure that is Frank Lloyd Wright's Masterwork

The waterfall and dam at Taliesin

Taliesin - Spring Green

Every detail oozes function; every line, every corner, every brick and every stone has a reason to be where it is. From Wright's personal drafting area, to the living room, to the guest bedroom and to his personal bedroom, the house is a study in architectural achievement.

"Shining Brow"

Taliesin - Spring Green

Every detail oozes function; every line, every corner, every brick and every stone has a reason to be where it is. From Wright's personal drafting area, to the living room, to the guest bedroom and to his personal bedroom, the house is a study in architectural achievement.

Red window at Taliesin

Taliesin - Spring Green

Every detail oozes function; every line, every corner, every brick and every stone has a reason to be where it is. From Wright's personal drafting area, to the living room, to the guest bedroom and to his personal bedroom, the house is a study in architectural achievement.

Our knowledgable tour guide at Taliesin

Taliesin - Spring Green

Every detail oozes function; every line, every corner, every brick and every stone has a reason to be where it is. From Wright's personal drafting area, to the living room, to the guest bedroom and to his personal bedroom, the house is a study in architectural achievement.

Midway barns at Taliesin

Taliesin - Spring Green

Every detail oozes function; every line, every corner, every brick and every stone has a reason to be where it is. From Wright's personal drafting area, to the living room, to the guest bedroom and to his personal bedroom, the house is a study in architectural achievement.

Limestone wall at Taliesin

Taliesin - Spring Green

Every detail oozes function; every line, every corner, every brick and every stone has a reason to be where it is. From Wright's personal drafting area, to the living room, to the guest bedroom and to his personal bedroom, the house is a study in architectural achievement.

A view of the lake and fields from Taliesin bedroom terrace

Taliesin - Spring Green

Every detail oozes function; every line, every corner, every brick and every stone has a reason to be where it is. From Wright's personal drafting area, to the living room, to the guest bedroom and to his personal bedroom, the house is a study in architectural achievement.

Don Erickson, apprentice of Wright

Exterior windows of the Don Erickson home catch the winter sunlight.

Don Erickson Estate - Barrington

Finished circa 1969, the low-slung, single story home embraces a gentle slope of the ten-acre site and is immediately one with the land. Inside, the 6,000 plus square feet of living space boasts plenty of warm wood, exposed brick and glass. Along with the numerous skylights, Douglas Fir ceilings and walls of glass, it has everything that one could ask for in a home, including a 31-ft by 31-ft master bedroom and one of the finest kitchens

The dining room scounce is a reproduction of Wright's Meyer May design.

Don Erickson Estate - Barrington

Finished circa 1969, the low-slung, single story home embraces a gentle slope of the ten-acre site and is immediately one with the land. Inside, the 6,000 plus square feet of living space boasts plenty of warm wood, exposed brick and glass. Along with the numerous skylights, Douglas Fir ceilings and walls of glass, it has everything that one could ask for in a home, including a 31-ft by 31-ft master bedroom and one of the finest kitchens

Guest Room at Indian Lakes

Indian Lakes Resort

Indian Lakes Resort is not actually the work not of Frank Lloyd Wright but of a student of the master. His name is Don Erickson, an apprentice of Wright's from 1948 to 1951, and he had actually once dreamed of being a concert pianist. Time spent with Wright had changed his mind, and lucky for us it did.

Hallway to master suite - Don Erickson home

Don Erickson Estate - Barrington

Finished circa 1969, the low-slung, single story home embraces a gentle slope of the ten-acre site and is immediately one with the land. Inside, the 6,000 plus square feet of living space boasts plenty of warm wood, exposed brick and glass. Along with the numerous skylights, Douglas Fir ceilings and walls of glass, it has everything that one could ask for in a home, including a 31-ft by 31-ft master bedroom and one of the finest kitchens

The ceiling of the atrium at Indian Lake Resort

Indian Lakes Resort

Indian Lakes Resort is not actually the work not of Frank Lloyd Wright but of a student of the master. His name is Don Erickson, an apprentice of Wright's from 1948 to 1951, and he had actually once dreamed of being a concert pianist. Time spent with Wright had changed his mind, and lucky for us it did.

The atrium at Indian Lakes Resort

Indian Lakes Resort

Indian Lakes Resort is not actually the work not of Frank Lloyd Wright but of a student of the master. His name is Don Erickson, an apprentice of Wright's from 1948 to 1951, and he had actually once dreamed of being a concert pianist. Time spent with Wright had changed his mind, and lucky for us it did.

The inviting fireplaces near the banquet rooms

Indian Lakes Resort

Indian Lakes Resort is not actually the work not of Frank Lloyd Wright but of a student of the master. His name is Don Erickson, an apprentice of Wright's from 1948 to 1951, and he had actually once dreamed of being a concert pianist. Time spent with Wright had changed his mind, and lucky for us it did.

Indoor Pool at the Don Erickson home

Don Erickson Estate - Barrington

Finished circa 1969, the low-slung, single story home embraces a gentle slope of the ten-acre site and is immediately one with the land. Inside, the 6,000 plus square feet of living space boasts plenty of warm wood, exposed brick and glass. Along with the numerous skylights, Douglas Fir ceilings and walls of glass, it has everything that one could ask for in a home, including a 31-ft by 31-ft master bedroom and one of the finest kitchens

Unitarian Meeting House - Madison, WI

Detail of the windows in the prow

Unitarian Meeting House - Madison

Located in eastern Shorewood Hills and recognized as one of the most innovative examples of church architecture, the building is situated on a knoll (Wright would prefer “as part of the knoll”) located at the western edge of the University of Wisconsin: 900 University Bay Drive Madison on what had once been agricultural fields.

First Unitarian Society Meeting House Addition by The Kubala Washatko Architects, Inc.

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Unitarian Meeting House

Unitarian Meeting House - Madison

Located in eastern Shorewood Hills and recognized as one of the most innovative examples of church architecture, the building is situated on a knoll (Wright would prefer “as part of the knoll”) located at the western edge of the University of Wisconsin: 900 University Bay Drive Madison on what had once been agricultural fields.

First Unitarian Society Meeting House / TKWA

First Unitarian Society Meeting House / TKWA

Completed in 2008 in Madison, United States. In Fall 2008, the First Unitarian Society of Madison completed a major new addition to its Frank Lloyd Wright-designed National Historic Landmark...

Unitarian Meeting House

Unitarian Meeting House - Madison

Located in eastern Shorewood Hills and recognized as one of the most innovative examples of church architecture, the building is situated on a knoll (Wright would prefer “as part of the knoll”) located at the western edge of the University of Wisconsin: 900 University Bay Drive Madison on what had once been agricultural fields.

Prow of the Unitarian Meeting House

Unitarian Meeting House - Madison

Located in eastern Shorewood Hills and recognized as one of the most innovative examples of church architecture, the building is situated on a knoll (Wright would prefer “as part of the knoll”) located at the western edge of the University of Wisconsin: 900 University Bay Drive Madison on what had once been agricultural fields.

Henderson House - Elmhurst, IL

Henderson House east elevation

Henderson House - Elmhurst

Frank Bignell Henderson opened a store in Chicago for the Manhattan Rubber Manufacturing Company in 1900 and in 1901 commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design a home for him, his wife Nellie (from Chicago) and their daughter Ellen. The fourth of Wright’s Prairie-style houses, the Henderson house was to be a mirror image of...

Henderson House entrance

Henderson House - Elmhurst

Frank Bignell Henderson opened a store in Chicago for the Manhattan Rubber Manufacturing Company in 1900 and in 1901 commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design a home for him, his wife Nellie (from Chicago) and their daughter Ellen. The fourth of Wright’s Prairie-style houses, the Henderson house was to be a mirror image of...

Henderson House landscaping

Henderson House - Elmhurst

Frank Bignell Henderson opened a store in Chicago for the Manhattan Rubber Manufacturing Company in 1900 and in 1901 commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design a home for him, his wife Nellie (from Chicago) and their daughter Ellen. The fourth of Wright’s Prairie-style houses, the Henderson house was to be a mirror image of...

1901 Prairie - Elmhurst, IL - (Frank Lloyd Wright) $1,100,000 - Old House Dreams

1901 Prairie – Elmhurst, IL – (Frank Lloyd Wright) $1,000,000 | Old House Dreams

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Henderson House windows

Henderson House - Elmhurst

Frank Bignell Henderson opened a store in Chicago for the Manhattan Rubber Manufacturing Company in 1900 and in 1901 commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design a home for him, his wife Nellie (from Chicago) and their daughter Ellen. The fourth of Wright’s Prairie-style houses, the Henderson house was to be a mirror image of...

Henderson House west elevation

Henderson House - Elmhurst

Frank Bignell Henderson opened a store in Chicago for the Manhattan Rubber Manufacturing Company in 1900 and in 1901 commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design a home for him, his wife Nellie (from Chicago) and their daughter Ellen. The fourth of Wright’s Prairie-style houses, the Henderson house was to be a mirror image of...

Wright's Home & Studio - Oak Park, IL

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Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio - Oak Park, Illinois

Wright Home & Studio - Oak Park

Geometry was always one of the strongest principles in Wright's architectural career and in his Home and Studio, applications and examples of it are abundant, more so than can be adequately described here. The integration of intricate design details, centrally-located fireplaces, geometry, roofs of long overhang, along with landscape that complimented the design of the structure

Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio - Oak Park, Illinois

Wright Home & Studio - Oak Park

Geometry was always one of the strongest principles in Wright's architectural career and in his Home and Studio, applications and examples of it are abundant, more so than can be adequately described here. The integration of intricate design details, centrally-located fireplaces, geometry, roofs of long overhang, along with landscape that complimented the design of the structure

Sculpture and urn outside Wright's studio

Wright Home & Studio - Oak Park

Geometry was always one of the strongest principles in Wright's architectural career and in his Home and Studio, applications and examples of it are abundant, more so than can be adequately described here. The integration of intricate design details, centrally-located fireplaces, geometry, roofs of long overhang, along with landscape that complimented the design of the structure

FLW Home & Studio

Wright Home & Studio - Oak Park

Geometry was always one of the strongest principles in Wright's architectural career and in his Home and Studio, applications and examples of it are abundant, more so than can be adequately described here. The integration of intricate design details, centrally-located fireplaces, geometry, roofs of long overhang, along with landscape that complimented the design of the structure

Dana Thomas House - Springfield, IL

Dana House - Frank Lloyd Wright

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Dana Thomas House

Dana-Thomas House - Illinois

In 1902, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by Susan Lawrence Dana to undertake the design and construction of a massive renovation of the Lawrence family home in Springfield, Illinois. The original Italianate home is no longer visible from the exterior but some of its features are seen inside. The home was bought and restored by Mr. Charles C. Thomas in 1944. Much of the original furniture are art remains intact as it was in the 1900s. The recurring themes used within the house are the…

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Dana Thomas House

Dana-Thomas House - Illinois

In 1902, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by Susan Lawrence Dana to undertake the design and construction of a massive renovation of the Lawrence family home in Springfield, Illinois. The original Italianate home is no longer visible from the exterior but some of its features are seen inside. The home was bought and restored by Mr. Charles C. Thomas in 1944. Much of the original furniture are art remains intact as it was in the 1900s. The recurring themes used within the house are the…

Dana Thomas House

Dana-Thomas House - Illinois

In 1902, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by Susan Lawrence Dana to undertake the design and construction of a massive renovation of the Lawrence family home in Springfield, Illinois. The original Italianate home is no longer visible from the exterior but some of its features are seen inside. The home was bought and restored by Mr. Charles C. Thomas in 1944. Much of the original furniture are art remains intact as it was in the 1900s. The recurring themes used within the house are the…

Dana Thomas House

Dana-Thomas House - Illinois

In 1902, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by Susan Lawrence Dana to undertake the design and construction of a massive renovation of the Lawrence family home in Springfield, Illinois. The original Italianate home is no longer visible from the exterior but some of its features are seen inside. The home was bought and restored by Mr. Charles C. Thomas in 1944. Much of the original furniture are art remains intact as it was in the 1900s. The recurring themes used within the house are the…

Cedar Rock - Quasqueton, Iowa

The River Pavilion at Cedar Rock

Lowell Walter River Pavilion

he tour guide didn't accompany us, but encouraged us to walk down to the boathouse designed by Wright to hold Lowell Walter's boat. It was hard to try to picture something like this in 1950; it is nicer than a number of boat houses that I have seen today. Complete with rails and an electric winch to haul his boat from the water, there is a great deck above and even a small office, complete with fireplace and sleeping quarters.

Cedar Rock in Quasqueton, Iowa

Lowell Walter House - Cedar Rock

In a letter to Mr. Wright, Walter requested a modest home be designed and built on a limestone bluff overlooking the Wapsipinicon.

Entrance to the Lowell Walter House in Quasqueton, Iowa

Lowell Walter House - Cedar Rock

In a letter to Mr. Wright, Walter requested a modest home be designed and built on a limestone bluff overlooking the Wapsipinicon.

The Garden Room at Cedar Rock in Quasqueton, Iowa

Lowell Walter House - Cedar Rock

In a letter to Mr. Wright, Walter requested a modest home be designed and built on a limestone bluff overlooking the Wapsipinicon.

Path from the River Pavilion to the main house at Cedar Rock

Lowell Walter River Pavilion

he tour guide didn't accompany us, but encouraged us to walk down to the boathouse designed by Wright to hold Lowell Walter's boat. It was hard to try to picture something like this in 1950; it is nicer than a number of boat houses that I have seen today. Complete with rails and an electric winch to haul his boat from the water, there is a great deck above and even a small office, complete with fireplace and sleeping quarters.

B. Harley Bradley House - Kankakee, IL

Stained glass window at the Bradley House - Kankakee, IL

Bradley House - Kankakee

There are many more stories and numerous details, but they are best told and described by one of the docents from Wright in Kankakee. Ours was an incredibly knowledgeable, gracious and smiling Laura, who grew up in the neighborhood and used to play on the property as a child. It was one of the best tours and guides that I have experienced at any of the Wright properties.

B. Harley Bradley House in Kankakee, IL

Bradley House - Kankakee

There are many more stories and numerous details, but they are best told and described by one of the docents from Wright in Kankakee. Ours was an incredibly knowledgeable, gracious and smiling Laura, who grew up in the neighborhood and used to play on the property as a child. It was one of the best tours and guides that I have experienced at any of the Wright properties.

Upstairs landing and hallway at the Bradley House

Bradley House - Kankakee

There are many more stories and numerous details, but they are best told and described by one of the docents from Wright in Kankakee. Ours was an incredibly knowledgeable, gracious and smiling Laura, who grew up in the neighborhood and used to play on the property as a child. It was one of the best tours and guides that I have experienced at any of the Wright properties.

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Exterior door of the B. Harley Bradley House (Kankakee, IL)

Bradley House - Kankakee

There are many more stories and numerous details, but they are best told and described by one of the docents from Wright in Kankakee. Ours was an incredibly knowledgeable, gracious and smiling Laura, who grew up in the neighborhood and used to play on the property as a child. It was one of the best tours and guides that I have experienced at any of the Wright properties.

Monona Terrace - Madison, WI

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Peter Beachy House - Oak Park, IL

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Samara - W. Lafayette, IN

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Arizona Biltmore

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1st Christian Church - Phoenix, AZ

First Christian Church, Phoenix

First Christian Church - Phoenix

Built in 1950, The spire on the worship center, is 77 feet tall, appears from any vantage point to be a triangle but actually has four sides.

Arthur Heurtley House - Oak Park, IL

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Seth Peterson Cottage

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Rookery Building - Chicago, IL

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1st National Bank - Dwight, IL

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S.C. Johnson Campus in Racine, WI

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Wingspread

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Thomas P. Hardy House - Racine, WI

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Pew House, Shorewood Hills, WI

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Herbert Jacobs I House

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Hanna "Honeycomb" House

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Chapel windows

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

Overhanging eaves on the porch

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

Wright mural in downtown Belvedere

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

Interior of Pettit Chapel

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

Interesting corner of chapel

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

Pettit Memorial Chapel

Pettit Memorial Chapel

The chapel is Wright’s only work designed for a cemetery setting and is on the U.S. National Register for Historical Places, having been granted that status on December 1st of 1978.

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Hanna House, Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect

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Taliesin Reconsidered : A Japanese screen in the studio dates to the late 18th or early 19th century. Architectural Digest

Taliesin Reconsidered

Burnishing the Treasure that is Frank Lloyd Wright's Masterwork

Laurent House patio

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood

Exterior of the Laurent House from back

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood

Suspended masonry fireplace

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood

Floor to ceiling windows looking out to the koi pond and patio

Laurent House - Rockford

The only home ever designed by the famous architect to accommodate a physically-challenged individual, the “Little Gem” – as Wright himself referred to it – is a Usonian built of three main materials: exterior of Chicago common brick, concrete floors painted Cherokee Red and tidewater red cypress wood