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Frank Lloyd Wright buildings

Over 40 buildings and structures designed by Frank Lloyd Wright were built in Wisconsin, some of which are shown here. All of these images are available for purchase at http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/whi/

Frank Lloyd Wright Monitoring Building Site Frank Lloyd Wright Monitoring Building Site

Frank Lloyd Wright, monitoring the construction and testing of load-bearing pylons for the Johnson Wax Building in Racine, Wisconsin. Ca. 1937.
   
Malcolm E. Willey Residence from Street Malcolm E. Willey Residence from Street

Exterior of the of the Malcolm E. Willey residence showing the entrance steps and a portion of the carport. A black car is parked in front of the carport. The residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
   
Malcolm E. Willey Residence Malcolm E. Willey Residence

South elevation of the Malcolm Willey residence showing a portion of the carport, the terrace, the gardens, and the glass wall of the living room. The Willey residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
   
Malcolm E. Willey Residence Malcolm E. Willey Residence

South elelvation of the Malcolm Willey showing the terrace, the gardens, the glass doors off the living room, and the bedroom wing in the background. The Malcom Willey residence was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
   
Frank Lloyd Wright on the Building Site Frank Lloyd Wright on the Building Site

Frank Lloyd Wright confers with another man on the site of one of his great designs, the Johnson Wax Building.
   
Gilmore Residence Gilmore Residence

Gilmore-Weiss home, located at 120 Ely Place. The house also known as the "airplane house" was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
   
Hillside Gallery, Taliesin Fellowship Complex Hillside Gallery, Taliesin Fellowship Complex

The second floor gallery at Hillside, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, at the Taliesin Fellowship Complex, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Models and drawings of projects designed by Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship are displayed in the gallery. This portion of the structure was damaged by fire in 1952 and changed as part of the subsequent rebuilding.
   
Jacobs I  Residence Jacobs I Residence

Front elevation of the Herbert Jacob's Residence I, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, during construction. A car can be seen in the carport.
   
Jacobs I Residence Jacobs I Residence

Rear elevation of the Herbert Jacob's Residence I, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, during construction.
   
Herbert Jacob's Residence I Herbert Jacob's Residence I

Side elevation of Herbert Jacob's Residence I, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, during construction. The open fields surrounding the structure are visible.
   
Herbert Jacob's Residence I Herbert Jacob's Residence I

Side elevation of Herbert Jabob's Residence I, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, during construction. Several of the neighboring houses can be seen behind the house.
   
Herbert Jacob's Residence I Herbert Jacob's Residence I

Rear elevation of Herbert Jacob's Residence I, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, during construction.
   
Taliesin Apprentice Accommodations Taliesin Apprentice Accommodations

John Howe's bedroom at Taliesin, the summer residence of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship, at Spring Green, Wisconsin. Included are furniture, built-ins, and lighting fixtures.
   
Taliesin Apprentice Accommodations Taliesin Apprentice Accommodations

John Howe's bedroom at Taliesin, home of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship, at Spring Green, Wisconsin.
   
Taliesin Apprentice Accommodations Taliesin Apprentice Accommodations

Drafting table, possibly John Howe's, at Taliesin, the summer residence of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship.
   
Wingspread Construction Wingspread Construction

Construction of the Herbert F. Johnson's Residence, "Wingspread," at Wind Point, Wisconsin. In the foreground is the walls and steps of the swimming pool and the rear elevation of the residence. The residence, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, was completed in 1937.
   
Wingspread Construction Wingspread Construction

Workmen working on the Herbert F. Johnson Residence, "Wingspread," designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Wind Point, Wisconsin. The building was completed in 1937.
   
Wingspread Construction Wingspread Construction

Construction of the Herbert F. Johnson Residence, "Wingspread," designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, at Wing Point, Wisconsin. The house was completed in 1937.
   
Wingspread Construction Wingspread Construction

Concrete columns and steel I-beams used in the construction of the Herbert F. Johnson Residence, "Wingspread," designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, at Wing Point, Wisconsin. The residence was completed in 1937.
   
Wingspread Construction Wingspread Construction

Construction at the Herbert F. Johnson's Residence, "Wingspread," designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, at Wing Point, Wisconsin. The residence was completed in 1937.
   
Front Door at Taliesin Front Door at Taliesin

Looking south at the open front door at Taliesin with birch trees on left and Buddah on right of center.
   
Japanese Ukiyoe Prints at Taliesin Japanese Ukiyoe Prints at Taliesin

Japanese prints (Ukiyoe: The Pictures of the Floating World) on display at Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Taliesin was the summer residence of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship.
   
Rocky Roost Rocky Roost

Rocky Roost on Governor's Island, Lake Mendota. The structure was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his childhood friend Robert Lamp. The home's windmill is in front of the dwelling.
   
Monona Terrace Model Monona Terrace Model

Model of proposed city auditorium (Monona Terrace) taken inside Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin.
   
Monona Terrace Model Monona Terrace Model

Model of proposed city auditorium (Monona Terrace) taken inside Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin. The view is from above showing the roof top terrace.
   
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