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Robert Winn House (1948)

The Robert D. Winn House, designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, stands as a gem of mid-century modern architecture in Kalamazoo, Michigan. It is one of four Wright-designed houses built in the area known as “Parkwyn Village.” The design incorporates Wright’s signature elements like horizontal planes and cantilevered structures. The house also features a […]

Curtis Meyer House (1950)

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If there is a Frank Lloyd Wright house that is not an historic landmark, I’d like to see it. There are, in fact, numerous states that can brag of multiple Wright homes of historic stature. One of those states is Michigan. It boasts more than 30 of Wright’s designs. Photo Courtesy of Doug LaBrecque The […]

Palmer House (1950)

Palmer House

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Eric & Pat Pratt House (1948)

Eric Pratt House exterior

The Eric and Pat Pratt House in Galesburg, Michigan is a single-story, Usonian I-style home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1948. It is one of the five Wright-designed homes in The Acres, a community of homes built in the early 1950s on a 72-acre plot of land. Other Wright-designed homes in The Acres include […]

Meyer May House (1908)

Meyer May House

Whether you are a maven or aficionado, a fan or admirer, a true Wright follower or – perhaps someone not unlike myself (a soul who is duly impressed by unfailing attention to detail) – someone whose curiosity and/or admiration for architecture brings you to view the structures of Frank Lloyd Wright… there is a home […]

Samuel & Dorothy Eppstein House (1949)

Windows of Eppstein House

The Eppstein House is currently offered for sale with the Pratt House and is priced at $4,500,000. You can view the property listing here. In the mid- to late-1940s, a group of a dozen scientists, then working in research labs the for Upjohn Company, got together and decided that they wanted houses that they could […]

McCartney House (1949)

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s McCartney House, nestled in Kalamazoo, Michigan’s Parkwyn Village, stands as a testament to the architect’s innovative Usonian home design. Built in 1949 for Ward and Helen McCartney, the house embodies Wright’s vision of blurring the lines between nature and interior living. (This page may contain affiliate links. See our disclosure about affiliate […]

Amberg House (1911)

amberg house

The Amberg House is a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It was built in 1911 for David M. Amberg, a prosperous liquor wholesaler. The house is considered a landmark of Prairie School architecture and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house is a one-story, T-shaped structure with […]

Gale Summer Cottage (1897)

The Gale Summer Cottage last sold for $815,000 on July 24, 2023. View the property listing and additional photos here. Frank Lloyd Wright designed four cottages in Whitehall, Michigan, between 1897 and 1909. The cottages are located on the shores of White Lake, and are characterized by their simple, geometric designs and their use of […]