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Looking Back on the 2019 Conference

Conservancy members from all over the United States as well as Japan, Australia and Israel traveled to Los Angeles for the Conservancy's 30th annual conference, Wright's Influence in Postwar Southern California.

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Ennis House Sets Record Price for a Wright Home Sale

The last and largest of Wright’s four block houses in the Los Angeles area, has sold for $18 million.

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UPDATED: Lykes House Sold at Auction

Wright's last residential design, in Phoenix, Arizona, sold for nearly $1.7 million to an out-of-state buyer in a no-reserve auction.

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Eight Wright Sites Inscribed to UNESCO World Heritage List

The collection of Wright buildings is the first modern architecture in the U.S. to be added to the prestigious list.

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Announcing 2019 Wright Spirit Award Honorees

Honorees include private homeowners for their restoration projects, the family that gave the Lindolm House new life as a public site, and the team behind the Wright World Heritage inscription.

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WRIGHT ON THE MARKET

View listings for Wright-designed houses around the country currently available for sale.

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We facilitate the preservation and stewardship of the remaining built works designed by Frank Lloyd Wright through advocacy, education and technical services.

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