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sábado, 2 de febrero de 2013

10 fabulosas casas de Frank Lloyd Wright en venta

 

Esta información es del año 2009 .A lo mejor todas ya está vendidas .La verdad debe ser fascinante vivir en una casa diseñada por uno de los padres de la arquitectura moderna. Los precios :desde 7 millones y pico hasta 900 mil . Hagan sus ofertas ,si todavía no tienen dueño ,con la baja del mercado inmobiliario por la crisis mundial ,quizás las compraron y ahora las estén vendiendo más baratas.

 Frank Lloyd Wright se le considera uno de los padres de la arquitectura moderna con su estilo internacional ,junto a Gropius ,Mies Van der Rohe y Le Corbusier tiene la paternidad  de la arquitectura moderna .

 A Lloyd Wright le fascinaba la arquitectura organica,esta se basa en usar las formas de la naturaleza .Esta arquitectura funde la naturaleza con el habitat humano . Carlos Báez

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millardhouse msp1 10 Amazing Frank Lloyd Wright Homes for Sale Today
For one of the most renowned architects in history, Frank Lloyd Wright‘s homes are surprisingly within reach, provided you’ve got the means. Perhaps today’s luxury lifestyles demand McMansions over stylish design, but it’d be a shame to lose some of these beautiful houses. Thanks to the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, it’s easy to find Wright homes on the market. Here are 10 of our favorites:

The Harriet and Randall Fawcett Residence (1961)

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One of Wright’s “Usonian” homes that does away with attics and basements, the Fawcett residence would make an ideal private retreat or arts center. A 12-foot fireplace anchors the living room, dubbed the “spiritual center of the house.” It sits on an impressive 80 acres of land, with a separate studio that supports a swimming pool, Japanese garden, Koi pond, aviary and workshop. [Los Banos, Calif., $2,395,000]

A.W. Gridley Residence (1906)

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This five bedroom, three full and three half bathroom residence is one of Wright’s most spacious prairie homes. Three roman fireplaces accommodate those seeking relaxing evenings, while a new media room and game room entertains, combining modern comforts with classic architecture. [Charles City, Iowa, $1,575,000]

Gladys and David Wright Residence (1951)

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Indeed, Wright’s son David was the original and sole owner of this never before on the market house, constructed as a solid circle with a ramp spiraling up to the entrance. Full views of Camelback Mountain complement block and wood elements, with ambient lighting, concrete floors and storage components. Wright even designed an area rug, table and four chairs included with the home. [Phoenix, Ariz., $3,500,000]

The Millard House (“La Miniatura”) (1923)

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The most expensive listing by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy is also recognized as the earliest “Usonian” house, and the first to implement Wright’s textile block building system. Coming off a multi-year restoration, the Millard House has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and two kitchens. Located in Pasadena’s Prospect Historic District, this important architectural work is surrounded by an acre of gardens. [Pasadena, Calif., $7,733,000]

R.W. Lindholm Residence (1952)

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The original owners are selling this small home constructed of concrete block and red tidewater cypress. Nestled in a heavily wooded area, the Lindholm Residence borders a city park with hiking paths and lighted cross country ski trails. Most the home’s original furnishings and blueprints are included. [Cloquet, Minn., $975,000]

The Stromquist Residence (1958)

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This home takes in beautiful views from the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. Cleverly, Stromquist purchased the adjacent land to the east and west, ensuring tranquility. The ten-acre site includes a main house, an office/laboratory, a gardener’s shed and a barn. Partial furnishings include three origami chairs, built-in settees and new rugs, hand-made in Nepal and sanctioned by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.  [Bountiful, Utah, $3,500,000]

F.B. Henderson House (1901)

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The Henderson House is completely restored with 80 art glass windows, three brick fireplaces and lots of original built in designs. The basement is fully finished to include a family room, exercise room, guest quarters and wine cellar. A veranda overlooks professional landscaping. [Elmhurst, Ill., $1,999,900]

Thomas H. Gale House (1892)

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The earliest design on our list, Wright’s Gale House looks less like the others and more like the designs of his first teacher, Joseph Silsbee. Octagonal bays with high-pitched roofs surround a rectangular core, with influece of Louis Sullivan’s “geometric simplification” philosophy present as well. An expanded kitchen and master bathroom were designed to blend with the original design. [Oak Park, Ill., $1,295,000]

Gertz Bridge Cottage (1902)

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This completely restored and winterized home is built into the area’s natural hills and creek. Steps away from the shores of White Lake, which channels into Lake Michigan, the cottage would make a great summer retreat. Two fire places, one natural gas and one wood-burning, make for extra coziness on cold nights. [Whitehall, Mich., $1,990,000]

William F. Kier House (1915)

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Built in the classic prairie style, the Kier house includes original woodwork and flooring and a roman brick fireplace that anchors its well-lit living room. An additional family room opens to the outdoor decks, beyond which lies a Japanese meditation garden and wooden ravine views. It’s also the least expensive home in our list. [Glencoe, Ill., $889,000]