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  • If we sent you an Instagram of this pretty lady and played "Name That Architect," you might protest and demand to see our papers when told this pointy-hatted two-story was designed under the early…   Read the Blog

  • Take a tour of the Robert G. Emmond House, one of Frank Lloyd Wright's eight known "bootleg" houses in Chicago.   See the Gallery

  • Exterior Side View: Frank Lloyd Wright's Furbeck House

    Look inside four homes designed by the master architect that have hit the market in the past year.   See the Gallery

  • 4 Frank Lloyd Wright Homes

    Born June 8, 1867, Frank Lloyd Wright started his career working under top architects in Chicago, eventually becoming one of the greatest architects of all time himself. Wright designed more than…   Read the Blog

  • Rear Facade: Frank Lloyd Wright Delaware House

    Delaware's only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home is on the market for the first time ever. Known as The Dudley Spencer House, or Laurel, this historic gem is priced at $1.35 million.Completed in…   Read the Blog

  • Home Exterior: Frank Lloyd Wright Delaware House

    Also known as "Laurel," this Wilmington residence is the only Wright-designed home in Delaware.   See the Gallery

  • Front and Side Exterior: Frank Lloyd Wright's Furbeck House

    Built in 1897 for George W. Furbeck, this residence was designed during a period of experimentation by Frank Lloyd Wright that ultimately resulted in his iconic prairie style. Clad in beveled bricks,…   See the Gallery

  • Exterior at Evening: Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired House Near HGTV Dream Home 2013

    This Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired residence is just steps from the ocean on scenic Kiawah Island, home to HGTV Dream Home 2013. Inside, attention to detail and craftsmanship mirror the work of the…   See the Gallery

  • Home Exterior: Brandes House by Frank Lloyd Wright

    Brandes House, built in Frank Lloyd Wright's "Usonian" style, features heated concrete floors, redwood trim and clerestory windows that flood the room with natural light.   See the Gallery