The David Wright House in the bucolically named Phoenix suburb of Arcadia was dubbed “a modern castle in the air” when Frank Lloyd Wright finished the circular home in 1952 for his son and daughter-in-law.
Midwest Home celebrates a publishing milestone with this issue: 25 years featuring the finest in local homes, design, and architecture. To kick off our 25th year, we chose 25 Twin Cities residences significant for their landmark designs and enduring vitality.
PlansMatter Adds Another Frank Lloyd Wright House to its Roster of Architect-Designed Vacation Rentals
Once upon a time, I knew someone who pretended he knew someone and got us a night’s stay at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Not just any night’s stay—because guests aren’t allowed to stay in Wright’s former home. (Or weren’t then, at least.)
A Minneapolis couple recently launched the new service, enabling architecture buffs to combine vacationing with design tourism.