What You Need to Know About Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian Homes

What You Need to Know About Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian Homes

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By Kate Reggev
You’ve heard the term thrown around, but what does it actually mean, and where in the world is Usonia?

If you’ve heard of Frank Lloyd Wright, you may have heard of one of his most lasting endeavors: the Usonian house. Rather than referring to a specific structure, the Usonian house actually refers to a concept—better yet, a manifesto of housing and living— that he started crafting in the 1930s.

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