This House in Oregon Has a Long, Strange History of Being Called a Frank Lloyd Wright

Rumors have swirled for decades that a midcentury gem in Portland, Oregon, is an unrecognized work.
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When Kelsey and Scott Bouska bought a postwar home in the West Hills area of Portland, Oregon, in 2016, they had no idea anyone had ever suggested that its architect was Frank Lloyd Wright. "We didn’t hear a word about that until after the transaction was done," Scott says.

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Brian Libby
Dwell Contributor
Brian Libby is a Portland-based architecture writer who has contributed to Dwell since 2004. He has also written for The New York Times, Architect, CityLab, Salon, Metropolis, Architectural Record and The Oregonian, among others.


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