The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy encourages the owners of properties designed by Frank Lloyd Wright to understand the architectural significance of their buildings and sites, to regard themselves as stewards of those properties, and to follow the Conservancy’s “Guidelines for the Conservation of Frank Lloyd Wright Properties” and the companion piece “Guidelines for the Conservation of Frank Lloyd Wright Decorative Arts.” In 1997 the Conservancy published, in its quarterly Bulletin, the full “Guidelines for the Conservation of Frank Lloyd Wright Properties,” adopted by the Conservancy board and still in useWe encourage all building owners to download the guidelines as originally published for 10 useful points to consider in the conservation of their properties.

The guidelines were developed from the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties, which are the basis for the evaluation of preservation practices in the U.S. Preservation.

Information shared by the Building Conservancy should be referenced in conjunction with the organization’s Guidelines and the Secretary of Interior’s Standards.

Page of text describing conservation guidelines
Page of text describing conservation guidelines

Posted July 7, 1997