Architects

  • Stunning Entry Gallery of Wright's Winslow House. "In the end, he is asking us not just to live and like his houses the way an artist might want you to like his paintings. He's asking you to…   See the Image

  • This angle of the second floor stair landing resembles a wooden harp, doesn't it? And once again, note the built-in window seating and beautiful art glass windows. Wright's designs made even the…   See the Image

  • According to the listing, there's a carriage house, suitable for in-laws, on the grounds. A horse stable received the modern treatment, now updated as a parking space.     See the Image

  • The two-story home runs about $477 per square foot. To gauge the size of this room, take a look at that banquet-length sectional sofa, big enough for about 20 people to mingle. With 20 percent down,…   See the Image

  • A blizzard of white in this remolded eat-in kitchen. So many attractive elements: the number of cabinets makes us salute the designer; the ceiling lighting fixtures; that sink on the island counter…   See the Image

  • The pretty symmetry of the Winslow, seen here in this illuminated exterior shot. We can't help noting a bit of movie trivia about River Forest: Chris Columbus, the director who brought the magic to…   See the Image

  • Yes, it's a home office, or a library or salon, or whatever you'd like to convert it to. What's still so fresh and surprising about Wright's work is the timelessness of his designs.…   See the Image

  • This is one of the largest sun rooms we've seen in a Wright home. The ground-floor access offers a spacious patio for summery entertaining. Peter Walker says the furnishings aren't included in the…   See the Image

  • The Winslow dining room was William Walker's favorite space, according to son Peter. The built-in benches joining the curving beveled windows is a particular Wright-ism and the home includes…   See the Image