Frank Lloyd Wright / The Fawcett House

The Fawcett House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1955, while he was working on the Guggenheim Museum, is one of the less than 300 now irreplaceable Frank Lloyd Wright houses in the world. The historic Mid-Century modern house, built of concrete block, mahogany and glass completed in 1961.
Located in the fertile farmland California, Lloyd Wright  renovated a beautiful farm-house.
The house transform into an exotic house features trims, mahogany wood windows, doors, and walls. Living spaces include 6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, open plan living room, dining room, & kitchen formalized by ornamental screens, a utility-store room and central laundry. In the outside you’ll see a beautiful Japanese garden with a Koi pond, swimming pools and waterfall.
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