Frank Lloyd Wright's First LA House Restored

Frank Lloyd Wright's First LA House Restored

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Tara Bellucci
Feb 17, 2015
(Image credit: Elizabeth Daniels)

Commissioned in the early '20s, the Hollyhock House was Frank Lloyd Wright's first home in Los Angeles. Donated to the city in 1927, it had seen some renovations, but has since been restored to its 1921 glory. The living room features reproduction furniture, but the dining room still has its originals. See a full tour on Curbed:

A Full Tour Through Frank Lloyd Wright's First LA House, Restored to Its 1920s Beauty | Curbed

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