Frank Lloyd Wright in California

In the 1920s, Frank Lloyd Wright needed a change of scenery, so he went west.  He found some commissions to build wonderful homes in a climate and environment that was totally foreign to him.  He was very successful at building in a way that really fit the California landscape. 

 

My examples of Wright’s work in California are a bit limited, but I hope to rectify that soon with a road trip that covers the state from North to South. 

 

Site

City

Date Built

Hollyhock house  

Los Angeles

1917

Storer House

Hollywood

1923

Marin County Civic Center

San Rafael

1957

Anderton Court Shops

Beverly Hills

1952

 

 

 

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