Collection by Susan Bowler

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Discuss: Who Would Win in a Fight—Frank Lloyd Wright vs. Le Corbusier?
We know it’s hard to choose, but who would you bet on if it came down to a match between these two iconic...
The lower deck holds a fire pit and hot tub, perfect for outdoor entertaining despite the cold.
The building exterior incorporates stucco, cedar, Cor-Ten steel, and concrete for a balance of industrial and warm...
An office space is tucked under the arch spanning the driveway.
Another view of the living and dining area shows the stone fireplace and outdoor deck, which offers a commanding vista.
Powell removed a wall and walk-in pantry to allow the living and dining areas to flow into the kitchen, which is...
The den provides a cozy seat by the fire. The original wood beams of the ceilings have aged to a golden brown.
The integrated living and dining room is contained in an open, hexagonal space with 10-foot ceilings.
A driveway passes under an arch and leads to the rear motor court.
Find Seclusion in the City With This $2.5M Lloyd Wright Residence
Designed by Lloyd Wright with renovations by architect John Powell, the De Jonghe Residence feels like a natural extension of a...
You Can Own One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Final Homes for $2.75 Million
The Cooke House broke ground two weeks before the legendary architect’s death.
This overhead drone view shows the 15-acre property that also hosts a heated pool, river, tennis court, barn/stable,...
The greenhouse features windows that are finished with a scalloped metal detail.
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