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Airbnb find: 1950s Frank Lloyd Wright Eppstein Residence in Galesburg, Michigan, USA

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Airbnb find: 1950s Frank Lloyd Wright Eppstein Residence in Galesburg, Michigan, USA

Remember this one for sale back in 2016? Well, the 1950s Frank Lloyd Wright Eppstein Residence in Galesburg, Michigan, USA is now available to rent…

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Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Sol Friedman House in Pleasantville, New York

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Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Sol Friedman House in Pleasantville, New York

This is rather special. A chance to be the next owner of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Sol Friedman House in Pleasantville, New York. Love of circles essential.…

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queens museum presents ‘never built NYC’: an urban dreamscape visualizing an alternate city


drawings were pulled from over 40 archives and collections including treasured works by frank lloyd wright and steven holl.

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1970s modernism: John Covert Watson-designed property in Lakeway, Texas, USA

Now this is unusual. It’s also a 1970s John Covert Watson-designed modernist property in Lakeway, Texas, USA. This dated back to 1979, the work of John Covert Watson, who was an apprentice under Frank Lloyd Wright while The Guggenheim was…

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple was the “first expression” of modern architecture

We're continuing our look back at Frank Lloyd Wright's most important projects, celebrating the 150th anniversary of the American architect's birth last week. Next is Unity Temple, the Prairie-style concrete church that he considered to be his first co...

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Frank Lloyd Wright subverted typical art-gallery layouts with spiral Guggenheim museum

Our week of celebrating the 150th anniversary of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright's birth by examining his most important projects ends with the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum in New York, which he designed as a spiral ramp for viewing avant-garde…

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House is an early example of Mayan Revival architecture

In celebration of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright's 150th birthday this week, we're looking back at five of his most pioneering projects. Next up is the Hollyhock House, which was influenced by the style of seventh-century Mayan temples.…

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