Friday, May 16, 9 am to 4 pm
Starts from the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, 931 Chicago Avenue, Oak Park
|$150 member; $165 non-member||SOLD OUT|
Includes morning coffee and snacks, an elegant lunch and luxury motorcoach transportation. Space is limited.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s first Prairie style design built in 1900 – the B. Harley Bradley House in Kankakee, IL – features a cruciform plan, extended overhangs and stunning art glass, which combine to create Wright’s first integrated work of art. Enjoy an in-depth tour of this beautifully restored house that only recently opened to the public. The Bradley House is situated on the Kankakee River, about 60 miles south of Chicago.
The owners of the Guy C. Smith House will invite you in for a private tour of one of Wright’s two-story, single family American System Built Houses in the Chicago neighborhood of Beverly. The components of these houses were fully fashioned offsite and then assembled onsite by skilled craftsmen. The Smith House was completed in 1917 and is a Chicago Landmark.