Travel lodging the Wright way

This is a link to an article in the Sunday New York Times. A lot of you will remember when the Duncan House – one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s 11 surviving Usonian houses – was dismantled and moved from Illinois to Western Pennsylvania.

The writer stayed at the re-assembled house, part of a trinity of FLW houses known colelctively as Polymath Park, where you can rent a FLW house for the weekend, enjoying the master’s work, and taking in nearby Falling Water and Nob Hill during your stay.

For anyone enamored of Wright’s timeless genius – and count me among them – it would be a lifelong dream come true to spend a few nights in one of his houses. Just as the writer describes it.

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