This ambitious project brings us a huge collection of Frank Lloyd Wright’s beautiful homes, lovingly illustrated by Muhammad Sajid, Duck Knees, and NeoMam Studios.
Many of the classic, well known homes like Falling Water are on the list, but so are dozens of lesser known homes, in places like Wyoming, Kentucky, and Nebraska, where we weren’t aware Frank Lloyd Wright even worked. The illustration style is warm and modern, while remaining faithful to the specific architectural details of the homes.
Perusing the homes (many now museums), we are reinforced with the feeling that Wright really was the most important architect of the day, and his work remains highly relevant event today, 70+ years after most of these houses were built. Below are 23 of our favorites, make sure to visit the Frank Lloyd Wright home map on HomeAdvisor to see detail about each beautiful house.
[…] Frank Lloyd Wright didn’t just redefine the world of architecture, but also had grand ideas for how towns and entire cities might function. Indeed, after he died, plans for thousands of unbuilt homes, buildings, skyscrapers, and cities were found and archived, showing just how prolific and brilliant his work was. […]
[…] in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, the Still Bend House was built in 1948, and is unmistakably Frank Lloyd Wright, inside and […]