Public Wright sites need your help

With so many people staying home, the demand to escape digitally to Wright’s sublime spaces has been unprecedented. That’s why the Conservancy has partnered with public Wright sites around the country to share Wright Virtual Visits. Even when closed, these sites continue to help new people come to understand and appreciate the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. In the weeks and months to come, we ask the Wright community to…

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Booth Cottage on the Move

The Glencoe Historical Society has moved the original portion of the Wright-designed Booth Cottage to Glencoe’s Ravine Bluffs Park (formerly Park 7N). Interior work continues. See our previous coverage for more on why and how this is happening.

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