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Wright Sites in Wisconsin

Where Nature and Architecture Intertwine

Unravel the fascinating bond between Frank Lloyd Wright and his home state of Wisconsin in this exploration of his iconic structures.

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Dive into the heart of the Prairie Style, born from the rolling hills and rugged bluffs that shaped Wright’s early vision. Marvel at masterpieces like Taliesin, his personal estate and architectural laboratory, and the Johnson Wax Administration Building, a beacon of innovation.

The Wright State

Discover hidden gems across the state, each whispering stories of Wright’s genius and Wisconsin’s vibrant architectural heritage. Experience the harmony of nature and design, and understand why Wisconsin is truly the “Wright State.”

Featured Wisconsin Sites

Jacobs I exterior

Herbert Jacobs House I

Described as “the purest and most famous application of Wright’s Usonian concepts”, the first Jacobs House – there were actually two – (Designed and constructed

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Boyd House exterior

Johnson-Boyd House

The Johnson-Boyd House or Keland house was listed for sale in September of 2022 for sale for $725,000.  It recently sold for $300K above its

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Taliesin rock wall

Taliesin

Our chosen tour at Taliesin — the Highlights Tour — consisted of two (very quickly passing) hours, first inside the original architectural school with its

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Seth Peterson Cottage in Fall

Seth Peterson Cottage

One of the very last Frank Lloyd Wright-designed structures ever to be built, the Seth Peterson cottage was another example of Wright’s Usonian homes, commissioned

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All Wisconsin Sites by Date

  • 1886 – Unity Chapel – Spring Green
  • 1896 – Romeo and Juliet Windmill – Spring Green
  • 1900 – Fred Jones House and Gatehouse –  Delavan
  • 1900 – Henry Wallis Cottage – Delavan
  • 1902 – George Spencer House – Delavan
  • 1902 – Charles Ross House – Delavan
  • 1902 – Hillside Home School – Spring Green
  • 1903 – Robert Lamp House – Madison
  • 1905 – Johnson House –  Delavan
  • 1905 – Thomas Hardy House – Racine
  • 1907 – Andrew Porter House – Spring Green
  • 1908 – Eugene Gilmore House – Madison
  • 1911 – Taliesin – Spring Green
  • 1915 – A.D. German Warehouse – Richland Center
  • 1916 – Richards Duplex Apartments –  Milwaukee
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  • 1916 – Richards Small House – Milwaukee
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  • 1916 – Richards Bungalow – Milwaukee
  • 1916 – Frederick Bogk House – Milwaukee
  • 1917 – Elizabeth Murphy House (Model A203) –  Shorewood
  • 1917 – Stephen Hunt Bungalow – Oshkosh
  • 1936-37 – Herbert Jacobs I House
  • 1936 – Johnson Wax Administration Building
  • 1936 – Johnson Wax Research Tower
  • 1937 – Herbert Johnson House “Wingspread”
  • 1939 – Bernard Schwartz House
  • 1940 – John Pew House
  • 1947 – Unitarian Meeting House
  • 1948 – Herbert Jacobs II House – Middleton
  • 1948 – Albert Adelman House – Fox Point
  • 1951 – Patrick Kinney House – Lancaster
  • 1954 – Clarke Arnold House – Columbus
  • 1954 – Keland/Boyd House
  • 1954 – Maurice Greenberg House – Dousman
  • 1956 – Taliesin Visitors’ Center – Spring Green
  • 1956 – Eugene Van Tamlen House
  • 1956 – Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church – Wauwatosa
  • 1957 – Walter Rudin House – Madison
  • 1957 – Wyoming Valley Grammar School – Spring Green
  • 1957 – Duey Wright House – Wausau
  • 1957 – Frank Iber House –  Plover
  • 1957 – Arnold Jackson House – Beaver Dam
  • 1957 – Seth Peterson Cottage
  • 1958 – Joseph Mollica House – Bayside
  • 1959 – Richard Smith House – Jefferson
  • 1994 – Monona Terrace

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Yvonne Carpenter-Ross

FLW Enthusiast & Webmaster

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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