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In search for the right way to save a Frank Lloyd Wright house [Chicago Now]
The clock is ticking on the fate of the David and Gladys Wright house. This house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his son, was patterned after the spiral plan of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Its construction began in 1950 and completed in 1952. After it was publicized in 1953, both architecture historians and critics alike deemed it among the 20 most significant buildings of the world-famous architect. (more) 

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In search for the right way to save a Frank Lloyd Wright house [Chicago Now]

The clock is ticking on the fate of the David and Gladys Wright house. This house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his son, was patterned after the spiral plan of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Its construction began in 1950 and completed in 1952. After it was publicized in 1953, both architecture historians and critics alike deemed it among the 20 most significant buildings of the world-famous architect. (more

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