Frank Lloyd Wright Bach House - Receiving Room
Photo courtesy Emil Bach House

Frank Lloyd Wright Bach House - Receiving Room

These used to be called "receiving rooms" back in the day. The home has three bedrooms and a sun room on the second floor. This was brick maker Emil Bach's prized home and personal commission to Frank Lloyd Wright in 1914. It's significant: in 1979 the home was included in the National Register of Historic Places and it made the City of Chicago's Landmark status in 1977.

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