amazing how ideas dont really change in time..they just evolve...again, this is so TODAY like the idea of a long skirt or a short skirt (add bits and it comes today) but the initial idea is always the groundbreaking one....sorry about the ramble...
The 33 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Everyone Should Know
Gordon House /869 W Main St Silverton, Oregon / 1963 / Usonian / Frank Lloyd Wright -- The Gordon House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 22, 2004. It is cared for by the Gordon House Conservancy and available for small catered gatherings. When not reserved, the house is available for public tours as a historic house museum.
The Gordon House is a residence designed by influential architect Frank Lloyd Wright, now located within the Oregon Garden, in Silverton, Oregon. It is an example of Wright's Usonian vision for America. It is one of the last of the Usonian series designed for American working class consumers, which—in 1939—was considered $5,000–6,000 per year. The house is based on a design for a modern home commissioned by Life magazine in 1938.