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Women’s Roles in Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture

Behind every male genius is a strong, extremely talented, and highly organized woman—or so the adage goes, right? This year’s annual conference of the...

Iconic Buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright Now on Virtual Tours

Since the lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, museums and galleries around the world have put their collections online. Many are also offering virtual...
Frank Lloyd Wright remodel by Braden Construction and SALA Architects

Find Design Inspiration at the Luxury Remodeling Tour

Midwest Home's 5th annual Luxury Remodeling Tour (June 2-3 & 9-10) promises high-end remodels around the Twin Cities, including a gourmet kitchen in Edina, updated vintage home in Excelsior, and a Frank Lloyd Wright renovation in Stillwater.

Wright This Way: Wisconsin’s Frank Lloyd Wright Trail Guides Travelers to...

Travelers and Wright enthusiasts can add Wingspread (Racine), Burnham American System Built Homes (Milwaukee) and the First Unitarian Society Meeting House (Madison) to their must-see list.

Storming the Castle: Touring the David Wright House, One of Frank...

The David Wright House in the bucolically named Phoenix suburb of Arcadia was dubbed “a modern castle in the air” when Frank Lloyd Wright finished the circular home in 1952 for his son and daughter-in-law.
A charcoal-colored brick home built with modern Scandinavian minimalism tone.

25 Iconic Minnesota Homes

Midwest Home celebrates a publishing milestone with this issue: 25 years featuring the finest in local homes, design, and architecture. To kick off our 25th year, we chose 25 Twin Cities residences significant for their landmark designs and enduring vitality.
Kinney House

PlansMatter Adds Another Frank Lloyd Wright House to its Roster of...

Once upon a time, I knew someone who pretended he knew someone and got us a night’s stay at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Not just any night’s stay—because guests aren’t allowed to stay in Wright’s former home. (Or weren’t then, at least.)
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PlansMatter Offers Architectural Vacation Rentals

A Minneapolis couple recently launched the new service, enabling architecture buffs to combine vacationing with design tourism.