Lloyd Wright

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Eldest son of Frank Lloyd Wright. Birth name: Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. 1890-1978. Worked with Rudolph Shindler on some design and construction management of the Hollyhock house. Construction manager for 3 of the 4 textile block houses FLW senior designed in the 1920s. Best known work is the Wayfarers Chapel, also known as "The Glass Church", an indoor/outdoor structure made almost entirely of glass and built in 1951

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Samuel-Novarro House. 1928.  Los Feliz, Los Angeles, California. Lloyd Wright (Frank Lloyd Wright, Jr)

The Curve in the Line

Lloyd Wright (Frank Lloyd Wright, Jr) (American, 1890-1978) Samuel-Novarro House, 2255 Verde Oak Drive, Los Feliz, Los Angeles, California, 1928 Originally built as a 1-bedroom cottage for the...

Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. West Hollywood, California. 1927.
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Help save Lloyd Wright's Moore House

Required code to post an image - Lloyd Wright's Moore House is threatened with demolition for the second time in 2 years. The Moore House, a wholly original synthesis of his (and his father's) expressionism with the mid-century post & beam architecture popular in the region at the time, is an...

John Sowden House. 1926. Hollywood, California. Lloyd Wright (Frank Lloyd Wright's son)

5121 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA - 4 Bed, 6 Bath Single-Family Home - 30 Photos | Trulia

5121 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027 is a 5,600 sqft, 4 bed, 6 bath home sold in 2018. See the estimate, review home details, and search for homes nearby.

John Sowden House. 1926. Hollywood, California. Lloyd Wright (Frank Lloyd Wright's son)

John Sowden House. 1926. Hollywood, California. Lloyd Wright (Frank Lloyd Wright's son)

Henry Bollman Residence. 1923. Los Angeles, California. Lloyd Wright

Mayan-influenced Hollywood home by Lloyd Wright seeks $3M

It’s the earliest example of the architect’s knit-block construction system.

Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. (Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.) West Hollywood, California. 1927.

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Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. (Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.) West Hollywood, California. 1927.

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Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. (Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.) West Hollywood, California. 1927.

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Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. (Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.) West Hollywood, California. 1927.

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Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Jodi Summers jodi@jodisummers.com Sotheby’s International Realty www.SantaMonicaLandmarks.com

Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. (Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.) West Hollywood, California. 1927.

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Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. (Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.) West Hollywood, California. 1927.

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Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Jodi Summers jodi@jodisummers.com Sotheby’s International Realty www.SantaMonicaLandmarks.com

Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. (Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.) West Hollywood, California. 1927.

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Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Jodi Summers jodi@jodisummers.com Sotheby’s International Realty www.SantaMonicaLandmarks.com

Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. (Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.) West Hollywood, California. 1927.

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Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Jodi Summers jodi@jodisummers.com Sotheby’s International Realty www.SantaMonicaLandmarks.com

Henry Bollman Residence. 1923. Los Angeles, California. Lloyd Wright

Mayan-influenced Hollywood home by Lloyd Wright seeks $3M

It’s the earliest example of the architect’s knit-block construction system.

Lloyd Wright Home and Studio. (Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.) West Hollywood, California. 1927.

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Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Jodi Summers jodi@jodisummers.com Sotheby’s International Realty www.SantaMonicaLandmarks.com

Temporary wooden shell for Hollywood Bowl. 1927. Hollywood, California.  Lloyd Wright.(Used for one season)

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