It's White's new wedding room and studio. It's an hour drive from Glenview and parking on the roadside on weekends. The house is very well designed, especially the one on the second floor, which has a great design for cutting the back of the piano into the staircase! Very well built. And the toilet flushes! The interiors are also designed by White and are all exquisite. With guides, all are elderly volunteers, and the individual voices are very small. It's really a cold spot, no one comes, but the house is really beautiful, learn architecture and want to pretend to come. It's only a 10 minute walk from here to Hemingway's birth house. Hemingway's childhood house design is not very special, but it is especially warm and beautiful!
Visit to the home of Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), the most outstanding organic architect in the United States. One of his outstanding masterpieces is the Guggenheim Museum in New York (Figure 2). But what is surprising is that he lived in Chicago before his death. Not only his own residence is open to the public (Picture 3), but the street where he lives (Picture 4) has several houses designed by him, which can be seen at the same time (Picture 5- 7)
We were in Chicago for two days so we stayed in Oak Parker and took public transportation to the city. It was nice to walk around and see F.L. Wright's house with a map in Oak Parker. These great houses are also free. Next time we will spend more time here. This is a gem for photography and architecture enthusiasts. Studio visit is paid.
Not so much about architecture and architects, but often heard architects talk about Wright and the Water House. Just in Chicago we live three miles from his home － Oak Park, which has many Wright-designed homes, really called the Architectural Museum Town.
Generally, it is snowing, the scenery outside is not good.