Isabel Roberts House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1908, remodel 1955)
Designed for a member of Wright’s professional staff and built on land owned by Roberts’ mother. It was remodeled in the 1950s, the only Prairie style interior updated by Wright.
J. Kibben Ingalls House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1909)
The interior oak trim, built-in cabinet work, copper light fixtures and art glass windows represent a mature refinement of the Prairie style design.
Oscar B. Balch House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1911)
A noteworthy transitional work, this residence marries Prairie elements with the innovations of Wright’s later career.
Bell House (H. Mahler, 1914)
Mahler’s only Prairie style residence design with an abundance of original leaded glass windows. Built as a wedding present by industrialist Sherman Edwards for his daughter.
Henry Einfeldt House (Purcell & Elmslie, 1915)
Long, low-massing, one-story structure, showcasing art glass bookcase doors on the fireplace wall and decorative French doors that open to a now-enclosed porch.
John A. Klesert House (William Drummond, 1915)
Prairie home with Japanese influence, flaring eaves with signature diamond shaped windows on the 3rd floor.
Seth A. Rhodes House (John Van Bergen, 1916)
Brick with classic Prairie style elements and original art glass, featuring a wide staircase with two landings leading to an open foyer-like hall.
E. Probst House (Edward Probst, 1916)
Designed for Probst’s family, featuring 60 floral art glass windows with beaux arts styling and a stunning Giannini & Hilgart tile fireplace.
Wright Home and Studio (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1889-1909)
An architectural laboratory for Wright's experiments with space.
Unity Temple (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1905-08)
One of Wright’s most sophisticated accomplishments, declaring a new era of innovation in modern architecture.
Frederick C. Robie House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1908-10)
A masterpiece of the Prairie style and an icon of modern architecture.
The Rookery Light Court (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1905-07)
Luminous light court represents one of Wright’s most dramatic interior compositions.
Wright Plus will now take place on Saturday, June 27 rather than in May.
Join us for the spectacular Wright Plus Architectural Housewalk on Saturday, June 27, 2020. Tour the interiors of eight private residences and two landmark buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and his contemporaries. For one day only, homeowners invite guests into the private living spaces of their magnificently restored homes, reimagined for today’s lifestyles. Guides will be on hand to enhance the tours with details about the history and the beautiful architectural elements that give each home its unique character.
For guests seeking the ultimate all-access invitation, we offer deluxe weekend packages that include the Wright Plus Housewalk. See information and rates for the Ultimate Plus Weekend Package and Ultimate Saturday.
Extend the Wright Plus weekend with additional activities like Wright in the Region, offered Monday, June 29.
WRIGHT PLUS HOUSEWALK TIERED TICKET RATES
|TIERED TICKET SALE DATES||FLW TRUST MEMBER||GENERAL|
|March 1 – May 29||$90||$100|
|May 30 – June 27||$95||$110|
|*Limit 4 tickets at member price.|
Priority entry to each tour home with the next available group, avoiding long tour lines and waits. Includes the price of your Housewalk ticket. Limited quantity.
All-access ticket to exclusive, one-of-a kind architecture and design experiences over an extraordinary Wright-centered weekend. More >
$2,500 Trust Member
Spectacular one-day immersion featuring select highlights of the all-weekend Ultimate Plus package.
$1,200 Trust Member
Not a member? Call 312.994.4000 x1 Monday through Sunday, 9 am to 5 pm Central Time.
Join now to enjoy discounted rates, special privileges at the Housewalk and other benefits.