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From the rear of Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin house, the pergola extends back to the conservatory (under the pagoda) and the carriage house on the left.

From the rear of Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin house, the pergola extends back to the conservatory (under the pagoda) and the carriage house on the left.

The Weltzheimer/Johnson House, 1948  Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright  Photograph: Dirk Bakker  The First Usonian Home In Ohio

Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian Houses - The Weltzheimer Johnson House, showing the L shaped plan typical of the Usonians.

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Frank Lloyd Wright House Donated to Taliesin Architecture School

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Fontana Boathouse - Frank Lloyd Wright

Fontana Boathouse - Frank Lloyd Wright

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click thumbnails for larger picsOut of the 400 or so Frank Lloyd Wright buildings that remain standing, 23 are in California, and very few of those are accessible to the public

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25 AD Classics: Fallingwater House By Frank Lloyd Wright

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Located in Buffalo, New York, the Martin house stands as just one example of Wright's prolific career, establishing the style. His highly st...

Frank Lloyd Wright's - The Darwin Martin Complex - modern - exterior - new york - Northern Roof Tiles

Frank Lloyd Wright. Arthur Heurtley House (1902). Oak Park, Illinois. Early Prairie Style

Frank Lloyd Wright. Arthur Heurtley House (1902). Oak Park, Illinois. Early Prairie Style

Exotic Exterior and William McDonough in South Carolina

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