Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home sells for more than $1M | Business

A historic Ogden Dunes, Indiana, home designed by the renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright sold this spring for more than $1 million.

A new owner acquired the Armstrong House, sometimes known as the Armstrong Dune House, that was built in the lakefront town in 1939. Wright, the pioneer of the Prairie School and Usonian styles of architecture, has been heralded as the greatest American architect of all time by the American Institute of Architects. Wright has a storied history with Mason City and designed the Historic Park Inn, the only functioning Wright-designed hotel.






Frank Lloyd Wright home in Ogden Dunes, Indiana

The Armstrong House is one of just two Frank Lloyd Wright homes left standing in Northwest Indiana. The Wisconsin native also designed the Ingwald Moe House for a successful contractor in Gary in 1909 and the Wilbur Wynant House  in the same city. The Wilbur Wynant House suffered heavy damage during a fire and was torn down

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USC Is Selling a Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Home for $4.25 Million

A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in Los Angeles is on the market for $4.25 million, and its seller is none other than the University of Southern California, which acquired the property in 1986 after the original homeowners donated it to the School of Architecture at USC.

Located at 1962 Glencoe Way, the Freeman House was built between 1923 and 1925 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. It boasts two bedrooms and one bathroom across 2,884 square feet.

frank lloyd wright's freeman house is for sale through the university of southern california aka usc

Dan Soderberg

Some amenities of the dwelling include 270-degree views of Hollywood, an exterior clad in graphic concrete tiles, and numerous terraces and roof decks, in keeping with Wright’s tendency to bridge indoors and out in his nature-centric designs. The home’s interiors were also designed by Wright, while the furniture is the work of Austrian-American architect Rudolf Schindler. Later minor additions were made by architects Gregory

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