In a career spanning eight decades, architect Frank Lloyd Wright completed over 500 built projects. Of the 400 that survive, 285 are houses, providing a record of the architect’s evolving ideas and stylistic shifts in the most compact and personal of building types. This packet features 3 residential projects in diverse geographic locations: Auldbrass Plantation in South Carolina, Wingspread in Wisconsin and the Grandma House in Arizona. Included is an essay by Michael Kaplan on Wright’s residential work.
Wingspread, master bedroom wing
Auldbrass, clerestory in living area
Grandma House, roofs