Louis Penfield House Ohio
The Louis Penfield house in Willoughby, Ohio has been available for weekend/holiday rentals for over a year now. My wife and I recentlty spent the night in
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The Melvyn Maxwell Smith and Sara Stein Smith House also known as Myhaven is a Frank Lloyd Wright designed Usonian home that was constructed in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan in 1949 and 1950. Both were public school teachers living on a tight budget. During the two year construction period, the Smith's combined income was $280.00 per month. The house was to be 1800 square feet and featured radiant heating through hot water pipes installed in the floor slab. Like other Wright home designs, the…
At 1200 square feet, the Pope Leighey House could possibly be the smallest Frank Lloyd Wright house. It is a Usonian home (Kentuck Knob is Usonian, but is much larger than this). It was designed for Loren Pope and originally was constructed in Falls Church, VA. Later, it was purchased by the Leigheys. In 1964, the Leigheys received notice that their home was to be torn down for I-66. So Mrs. Leighey donated it to the National Trust for Historic Preparation, who moved it to the Woodlawn…
Saving Frank Lloyd Wright's Homes in L.A. Needs People Willing to Go Against the Odds
The experimentation that defined Frank Lloyd Wright's career has left a legacy of preservation challenges in Los Angeles. It's up to true believers in the power of preservation to make sure these historic buildings survive.
Touring the Laurent House in Rockford, IL: Frank Lloyd Wright's 'Litt
Take a photo tour of the incredible Laurent House in Rockford Illinois - A Usonian home that Frank Lloyd Wright called his Little Gem.
Pope-Leigney House ~ Falls Church, VA ~ 1941
he Pope-Leighey House, formerly known as the Loren Pope Residence, is one of three suburban homes inVirginia designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The house, which belongs to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, has been relocated twice and sits on the grounds of Woodlawn Plantation,Alexandria, Virginia. Commissioned in 1939 by journalist Loren Pope and his wife Charlotte Pope, the design followed Wright'sUsonian principles and was completed in 1941 at an initial cost…