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Frank Lloyd Wright (born Frank Lincoln Wright, June 8, 1867 – April 9, 1959) was an American architect who believed in designing structures that were in harmony with their environment, a philosophy he called organic architecture. This philosophy was best exemplified by Fallingwater (1935). Wright was a leader of the Prairie School movement of architecture and developed the concept of the Usonian home, his unique vision for urban planning in the United States. His creative life spanned more than 70 years.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dune House Hits the Market for $1.2M
Also known as the Armstrong House, the Usonian residence in Indiana was built in 1939 and expanded in the 1960s.
A Look at Frank Lloyd Wright's Little-Known Prefabs
From early modular construction to a portfolio of homes based in the Midwest, we take a look at the prefab residences designed by...
10 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings We Love
“The good building is not one that hurts the landscape, but one which makes the landscape more beautiful than it was before the...
A Usonian Masterpiece by Frank Lloyd Wright Is on the Market For $1.5M
One of Wright's Usonian homes in New York hits the market for the first time in 20 years.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Iconic Ennis House Is Listed For $23M
One of the most impressive homes in America has surfaced on the market after a nearly $17,000,000 restoration.
Inside Frank Lloyd Wright’s “$10,000 Home” in Chicago
A new book explores how the 1915 Bach House distilled the tenets of Wright’s work into a single, affordable home.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s School of Architecture Is Closing After 88 Years
After educating more than 1,200 architects, Frank Lloyd Wright’s influential school is forced to close.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unbuilt Predecessor to the Guggenheim Museum Comes to Life
Through photorealistic renderings, Spanish architect David Romero resurrects one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s unrealized designs for a...
For the First Time Ever, This Winsome Illinois Home by Frank Lloyd Wright Is on the Market
The John O. Carr House, built in 1950, has been expanded by its architect resident, who took painstaking care to preserve its...
A Frank Lloyd Wright–Inspired Glass House in Ohio Hits the Market for $600K
Designed by architect John Terence Kelly, the 1961 structure is built into the hillside of a wooded lot.
This Recently Listed Frank Lloyd Wright Home Is a Refreshing Blend of Old and New
Listed for $2.3M, the 1951 Glore House matches contemporary updates with original details.
A 1973 Airstream Gets an Organic Remodel Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright
Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s philosophy of organic architecture, this vintage airstream has a pared-down interior filled with...
The Original Homeowners of a Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed House Ask $1.3 Million
It’s a rare occasion when a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright goes on the market.
A Frank Lloyd Wright Home With Unusual Materials Hits the Market at $2.75M
In Minneapolis, this stunning property features unique marble masonry—an element not found in any other Frank Lloyd Wright home.
This Frank Lloyd Wright House Will Be Preserved Forever Thanks to an Anonymous Donor
The Kalil House hit the market for the first time this past September—and the buyer has entrusted it to the Currier Museum of Art...
Frank Lloyd Wright's Sondern-Adler House Is Heading to Auction
The Kansas City home—previously listed at $1.7M— is now going up for auction with no reserve.
The Last House Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Is Being Auctioned Without Reserve
Located in Phoenix, Arizona, the Norman Lykes Residence is one of 14 circular homes by the iconic architect.
A Frank Lloyd Wright Home Could Be Yours for Less Than $200K
The Japanese-influenced S. A. Foster House and Stable was designed during the architect’s experimental period in the late 1800s.
19 Frank Lloyd Wright Homes You Can Actually Visit—or Stay In
You may not be lucky enough to live in a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright—but you can always sleep in one.
Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Style and Camping Collide in Maine
When a traditional architectural style meets handmade details, the result is a quietly modern retreat.