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Thomas P. Hardy House (1905)

It may be quite difficult to imagine what Racine Wisconsin looked like in 1905. But a Google Maps search for the city at that time period results in an amazing view of an area not far from the SC Johnson campus, where Frank Lloyd wright designed two buildings circa 1936; the Administration Building, which opened […]

Hickox House (1900)

Hickox House

Built in 1900, this house is one of two homes built in Kankakee by Frank Lloyd Wright. The Bradley House, located next door to the Hickox House, is open for tours. (This page may contain affiliate links. See our disclosure about affiliate links here.)   Tours The Hickox home is privately owned, but the Bradley […]

Henry J. Allen House (1917)

Allen House

The Allen House was completed in 1918 for Elsie and Henry Allen in Wichita, Kansas. The home was Wright’s last prairie house. Photo Credit: “DSC_0101” by Matthew Saunders is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Location 255 North Roosevelt Road, Wichita, Kansas Tours of the Allen House Various tours of Wright’s Allen House are available. Advance […]

Eugene Gilmore House (1908)

Eugene Gilmore House

In the University Heights Historic District, High up on a hill in Madison, Wisconsin and overlooking both the University of Wisconsin Madison Campus and Lake Mendota, is a beautiful Frank Lloyd Wright design referred to as “The Airplane House”. A rather monolithic-looking structure, the home was commissioned by Eugene A. Gilmore, a law professor at […]

Westcott House (1908)


Never forget an architect by the name of Frank Lloyd Wright.  Born in Richland Center, Wisconsin on June 8th, 1867, the American genius and visionary architect and designer would go on to design more than 1,000 structures in a period of about 70 years. At the same time, it’s kind of OK to forget the […]

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 […]

Rev. Jesse R. Zeigler House

Zeigler House

Built in 1910, the “Prairie Style” Zeigler house — also known as the “Fireproof House for $5,000” — is the only Frank Lloyd Wright structure in the state of Kentucky. Although it is a Wright design, the plans for it were actually drawn up in Chicago while Wright himself was in Europe. Construction of the […]

City National Bank & Hotel (1909)

Historic Park Inn Hotel

The Historic Park Inn Hotel in Mason City, Iowa is the only remaining hotel in the world that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. It was originally built in 1910 as the City National Bank and Park Inn, and it served as a hotel until 1974. The hotel was then closed and fell into disrepair, […]

George Stockman House (1908)

Stockman House

The George Stockman House is a Prairie School-style house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1908 for Dr. George C. and Eleanor Stockman in Mason City, Iowa. The home was originally located at 311 1st St. SE, but was moved to 530 1st St. (David Christiansen) NE to avoid demolition. It has been […]

Emil Bach House (1915)

Emil Bach House

The Emil Bach House is a Prairie style house in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois, United States that was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The house was built in 1915 for an admirer of Wright’s work, Emil Bach, the co-owner of the Bach Brick Company. The Bach House is one of the […]