Wednesday, 8 July 2009

Meyer-May House – Frank Lloyd Wright


Frank Lloyd Wright's Meyer-May House, designed at the peak of his Prairie House phase in 1909, has just been restored as it turns one-hundred years old – it’s said to be the most completely restored of all Wright’s homes – and wouldn’t you know it, there’s a website to go with it.  A beautiful website with interactive plans, videos, design principles. . .   Check it out here.

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