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2020
Sidney and Louise Bazett House, Hillsborough, CA, Exterior 2020 (1939 - S.259). Set of 84 photographs of the Bazett House. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1939. Wright’s first scheme for the Bazetts was a design similar to the Armstrong Tahoe Summer Colony (1923), and the E. A. Smith (1939). This design was rejected. The second scheme was based on a hexagonal "honeycomb" plan. Wright’s first house, based on the hexagon was the Hanna House (1936 - S.235). In 1940, Wright also used the hexagon when designing the Auldbrass and Richardson houses. Scheme two was built and is beautifully blended into a hillside, about 20 miles South of downtown San Francisco. The main section of the home is "V" shaped, with a Guest Room separated... Continue...
2020.10.0521 (1-84)
2020
Conrad and Evelyn Gordon Residence Exterior 2020 (1956 - S.419). Set of 131 high res 20 X 13.5 digital images. Designed in 1956 by Frank Lloyd Wright, construction did not begin until 1963. Located in Wilsonville from 1963 until 2001 until it was rescued from destruction and moved to the Oregon Gardens in Silverton, Oregon. The original budget of $25,000, doubled to $56,000 because of construction delays. The 2,100-square-foot Gordon House was completed in 1964 and was based on Wright’s "House for a Family of $5-6,000 Income" plan, which was published in a 1938 issue of Life magazine. There are many classic Wright details. The basic materials are concrete blocks, local cedar and a red concrete floor with radiant heat, designed on a seven foot grid... Continue...
2020.02.1020 (1-131)
2020
Conrad and Evelyn Gordon Residence Interior 2020 (1956 - S.419). Set of 139 high res 20 X 13.5 digital images. Designed in 1956 by Frank Lloyd Wright, construction did not begin until 1963. Located in Wilsonville from 1963 until 2001 until it was rescued from destruction and moved to the Oregon Gardens in Silverton, Oregon. The 2,100-square-foot Gordon House was completed in 1964 and was based on Wright’s "House for a Family of $5-6,000 Income" plan, which was published in a 1938 issue of Life magazine. There are many classic Wright details. The basic materials are concrete blocks, local cedar and a red concrete floor with radiant heat, designed on a seven foot grid. There are three sets of double wood framed glass doors on the East and West side of the... Continue...
2020.03.1020 (1-139)
2020

George & Clifton Lewis Residence, "Spring House," Tallahassee, Florida, 2020 (1952 - S.359). Set of 23 photographs of the exterior of the Lewis Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for 1952. The home is a two-story, three bedroom, 1,500 square foot concrete block structure. George Lewis was the president of the Lewis State Bank, founded by his grandfather in 1856. After meeting Frank Lloyd Wright in 1948 at Florida Southern College, Mrs. Clinton Lewis asked him to design a house for their family. It was designed as a "hemicycle" in 1952 by Frank Lloyd Wright. The first "hemicycle" home Frank Lloyd Wright designed was the Jacobs II (1944). He also designed the Meyer (1948), Laurent (1949), Pearce (1950), Marden (1952), Llewellyn Wright... Continue...

2020.08.1220 (1-23)
2020

Robert Llewellyn Wright Residence Bethesda, Maryland, Exterior 2020 (1953 - S.358). Set of 71 photographs of the exterior of the Robert Llewellyn Wright Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his son in 1953. The home is a two-story, three bedroom, 1,800 square foot concrete block structure. The house is composed of intersection and concentric segments of a circle, or "hemicycles" as Wright called it.  The first "hemicycle" home Frank Lloyd Wright designed was the Jacobs II (1944). He also designed the Meyer (1948), Laurent (1949), Pearce (1950), Marden (1952), (Llewellyn Wright - 1953), Lewis (1952), Cooke (1953), Rayward (1955) and the Spencer (1956). Circular homes included the Friedman (1948), David Wright (1950) and the Lykes (1959)... Continue...

2020.04.1220 (1-71)
2020

Robert Llewellyn Wright Residence Bethesda, Maryland, Interior 2020 (1953 - S.358). Set of 80?? photographs of the interior of the Robert Llewellyn Wright Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his son in 1953. Robert Llewellyn was Wright’s sixth child. The home is a two-story, three bedroom, 1,800 square foot concrete block structure. The house is composed of intersection and concentric segments of a circle, or "hemicycles" as Wright called it. The lower level included the Living, Dining, Workspace (Kitchen), Powder Room and the Terrace with Pool. The upper level includes three Bedrooms, full Bath, Gallery (Hall) and a Balcony off the Master Bedroom. A "hemicycles" shaped coffee table and six foot stools, designed by Wright, mimicking the shape... Continue...

2020.05.1220 (1-80)
2021
2021
E-Z Polish Factory Interior 2021 (1905 - S.114). Set of 49 photographs of the interior of the E-Z Polish Factory. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1905. The E-Z Polish Factory is located a quarter mile from the Wright designed Francisco Terrace and Waller Apartments. Significant changes have been made to Frank Lloyd Wright’s original design for the E-Z Polish Factory. Designed for William E. Martin, to date there are no plans or photographic records of the original two-story building as Wright designed it. The only plans that survived are for Scheme I, an unrealized design, Frank Lloyd Wright Monograph 1902-1906, Pfeiffer, p.187. Wright’s initial unrealized designed, Scheme I, was a two story building with a daylight basement facing... Continue...
2021.09.1021 (1-49)
2021
Mrs. Clinton Walker Residence, Carmel, CA, Exterior 2021 (1948 - S.306). Set of 84 photographs of the Walker Residence. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1948. The Walker Residence sets on a rocky outcrop jetting out into the Pacific Ocean. Della Brooks married Minneapolis lumber executive Clinton Walker, a successful Minneapolis businessman. In 1904 they moved to Piedmont, California and lived there until Mr. Walker’s death in 1944. After his death, she moved to Carmel. Her sister Alma gifted her the oceanfront o tract with its rocky outcropping, The perfect site for a Frank Lloyd Wright building. She wrote, "I own a rocky point of land in Carmel, Calif. extending into the Pacific Ocean. The surface is flat, it is located at the end of a white sand beach... Continue...
2021.05.0621 (1-84)
 
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