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Lloyd Wright

Lloyd Wright (Frank Lloyd Wright, Jr.) was born in Oak Park, Illinois, in 1890. He was the eldest son of Frank Lloyd Wright and Catherine Tobin Wright. Lloyd Wright showed an early interest in architecture, and he began working with his father on projects when he was just a teenager.

In 1911, Lloyd Wright left his father’s firm to start his own practice. He worked primarily in Los Angeles and Southern California, and he designed a number of notable buildings, including the Hollyhock House, the Ennis House, and the Wayfarers Chapel.

Lloyd Wright’s work was influenced by his father’s, but it also had its own unique style. He was known for his use of natural materials, his attention to detail, and his emphasis on harmony between the built environment and the natural world.

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Architecture and home design have always fascinated me. As a young girl I enjoyed drawing floor plans, rearranging my parent’s furniture and playing with Lincoln Logs and Legos.  My passion has always been the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. Since I have been old enough to drive a car, I have visited Frank Lloyd Wright homes in the Chicagoland area and attended the Wright Plus house walks. Now, as co-owners of Northern Sky Designs, my husband & I are able to combine our website design skills and FLW travels to bring you this website! Enjoy!

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