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Conservancy, National Trust Oppose Demo for Wright Home Visitor Center

In June 2019, the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust, which stewards the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park and Robie House in Hyde Park, unveiled plans for a new visitor and education center adjacent to the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. The announcement gained national attention. Renderings of the proposed project can be seen at John Ronan Architects. While the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy applauds the…

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Boulter House Damaged in Fire

Photo by Steve Paszt

Cincinnati firefighters responded to a fire alarm at the Wright-designed Boulter House (1954) after 9 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 15. Early reports by Cincinnati media say the fire was contained to a front room with significant damage to that room and smoke damage throughout the rest of the building. The homeowners, who purchased the house in February 2019, were not home and no one was injured. WLWT-5 was on the…

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UPDATED: Sondern House Sold at Auction

UPDATE 8/12/19: Our sources in Kansas City report that the Sondern House sold at auction today after active bidding. The Conservancy always keeps homeowner and sale price information confidential. We’ll share more info once it becomes public. Wright’s Sondern House (1939) in Kansas City, Missouri, has been listed for auction by Heritage Auctions. The auction is to be held August 12, 2019, and will be “without reserve.” In other words,…

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Announcing 2019 Wright Spirit Award Honorees

The Wright Spirit Awards were established in 1991 to honor individuals and organizations who have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to preserving Wright’s legacy. The Conservancy’s Awards Committee selects the honorees from nominations received during an open nomination period. This year’s awards will be presented Saturday, Oct. 5 at a gala dinner during our conference in Los Angeles. Tickets ($175) are available by calling 312.663.5500. “There are so many different people…

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Eight Wright Sites Inscribed to UNESCO World Heritage List

The World Heritage Committee, meeting in Baku, Azerbaijan, has officially inscribed The 20th-Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, which includes eight major works spanning 50 years of Wright’s career, on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The sites in the group inscription span Wright’s influential career. They include Unity Temple (constructed 1906-1909, Oak Park, Illinois), the Frederick C. Robie House (constructed 1910, Chicago, Illinois), Taliesin (begun 1911, Spring Green, Wisconsin), Hollyhock House (constructed 1918-1921, Los…

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