Tickets are now on sale for the 38th annual Wright Plus – an internationally renowned architectural housewalk featuring rare tours of eight private residences designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and his contemporaries, along with three landmark Wright buildings. Participants will enjoy in-depth research of the homes’ history and architecture, including discussions of the original occupants’ lifestyles. Hosted by The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, the tour will attract visitors worldwide for an intimate look into the famous architectural styles lining the streets of Oak Park, Illinois on Saturday, June 2nd.
Continue reading for more information about the tour.
Along with the housewalk tour, the Preservation Trust also offers the following tours and events Thursday, May 31st to Sunday, June 3rd as part of the weekend: Chairman’s Reception at The Rookery Building, Friday Excursion to Chicago’s North Shore, Exclusively Wright Dinners with a celebrity chef and a Behind-the-scenes tour of Wright’s Robie House.
Tickets are $85 for members and $100 for non-members. Follow this link for more information and to purchase tickets.
Frank Lloyd Wright featured projects:
- William G. Fricke House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1901)
- Oscar B. Balch House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1911)
- William E. Martin House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1903)
- Unity Temple (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1905-08)
- Robie House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1908-10)
- Wright’s Home and Studio (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1889/1898)
Other featured works:
- George Sharp House (Architect Unknown, 1873)
- John T. Price House (E.E. Roberts, 1904)
- Vernon Skiff House (Nimmons & Fellows, 1909)
- Charles Schwerin House (E. E. Roberts, 1908)