Frank Lloyd Wright Homes

Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.
- Frank Lloyd Wright

Palmer House The Palmer House, built for Bill and Mary Palmer in Ann Arbor during the early 1950's, is one of the finest late works of master architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Considered one of the best of a long series of houses based on a module that is either an equilateral triangle or a parallelogram, the house rests within a narrow ridge of hills and is surrounded by a lush informal garden that drops down the ravine to the east and southeast. This beautiful home can now be rented for the first time. It offers visitors an unforgettable artistic and sensory experience.

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Haynes House

John D. Haynes was a successful insurance company executive who wrote a letter to Mr. Wright in 1949 asking him to design a house for him, his wife and their two young children. Mr. Haynes specifically asked for a “modest and functional house” for his family. Surprisingly, Mr. Wright responded by accepting the invitation. Read more...

Muirhouse Farmhouse

Located in a rural setting just northwest of Chicago, the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Muirhead Farmhouse is the only known farmhouse designed and built by Wright during his lifetime. The 3,200 sq. ft. Usonian, built in the early 1950s, is now surrounded by nearly 800 acres of restored prairie. Read more...

Peterson Cottage

The 1958 Seth Peterson Cottage is Wright’s last Wisconsin building. Wright died in April, 1959, before Cottage construction was completed. The tiny house, with just 880 square feet of living space, brings together many of the qualities that mark Frank Lloyd Wright as one of the world’s foremost architects. Read more...