A vintage wash basin for Frank Lloyd Wright’s water-closet

In a way, our quest to preserve this tiny home is like time travel. We want to understand what Frank Lloyd Wright intended at the time he intended it.

Go ahead: (Insert Leaky Roof Jokes Here…)

Wright's statement chimney was meant to welcome a visitor like a smoke signal emerging from the heart of the house and saying, "we're home, it's warm in here, and you're invited." But in 1918, it leaked.

ASBH Window Study Reveals a Cost-for-Quality Decision made by Wright and Richards

As we assembled the proper tools and processes to make Frank Lloyd Wright's window sashes as Arthur Richard’s factory might have made them, we uncovered evidence of a decision to slow production in order to ensure quality, made a century ago.

Tracking the restoration and preservation of a 103-year-old Frank Lloyd Wright house

The restoration and preservation of Frank Lloyd Wright's Elizabeth Murphy House.