Georgia (or the South) Homes by F.L. Wright

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AnnMeyer

Georgia (or the South) Homes by F.L. Wright

Post by AnnMeyer »

I would like to know if Frank Lloyd Wright has designed any homes in Georgia or in the South, like North or South Carolina, possibly even Florida.

jackmax
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Post by jackmax »

South Carolina, Yemassee - Auldbrass plantation

South Carolina, Greenville - Austin house

Florida, Tallahassee - George Lewis house

Florida, Lakeland - Florida Southern College

Tennessee, Chattanooga - Shavin house

Alabama, Florence - Rosenbaum house

Mississippi, Jackson - Hughes house (Fountainhead)

Mississippi, Ocean Springs - bungalows



That's about it documented in the south (leaving out KY and VA which some might consider south)

Guest

FLLW IN SC/FLA

Post by Guest »

Ann,



There's a great plantation in Beaufort,SC-AULDBRASS-you can see great pictures of it on www.peterbeers.net. There is also a college campus-FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE-Lakeland,FL that is quite a site-many great Wright-designed buildings. These are only 2 places off the top of my head, but check out Storrer's guide to Wright buildings. Happy travels.[/url]

Eric Saed

Post by Eric Saed »

There is a fantastic unbuilt home that FLLW designed to have been built in Valdosta, GA.

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