Edward Irving House
Prairie School house that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Private Residence.
Decatur, Illinois 62522
Designed in 1903 by Walter Burley Griffen, this house was Griffen’s first major commission on his own. Private residence.
Elmhurst, Illinois 60126
Emil Bach House
Prairie Style house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Built in 1915. Private Residence.
F.B. Henderson House
Prairie School house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Built in 1901. Private Residence.
Fabyan Villa Museum
Prairie School style home that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1907.
Geneva, Illinois 60134
FMG Design- Frank M. Glapa
Master Roycroft Artisan, creates original and custom designs in hammered copper, brass, silver & wood. Work in the A&C and Craftsman styles, inspired by works of C.R. Mackintosh, Greene & Greene and The Roycroft Art Metal Shop for 21st Century living.
Chicago, Illinois 60645
Frank L. Smith Bank (First National Bank of Dwight)
Prairie School style bank that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1905. The bank is still in operation.
Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio
In 1889, at the age of 21, Frank Lloyd Wright designed his first home. Influenced by the Shingle style on the exterior, the interior reveals Wright’s emerging interpretation of the Arts & Crafts style. He continued to remodel and expand it, including the addition of a studio in 1898. It is now owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. A must-see for any Arts & Crafts traveler in the Chicago area.
Oak Park, Illinois 60302
Frank Lloyd Wright-Prairie School of Architecture Historic District
There are numerous Frank Lloyd Wright homes in Oak Park and other suburbs in West Chicago. For more information, please visit the website listed below.
Oark Park, Illinois
George Maher’s Residence
Currently a private residence, this building was the original residence of architect George Maher.
Kenilworth, Illinois 60043
Designed in 1905 by Frank Lloyd Wright, this house reflects the architect’s integration of structure and sight. It blends both the Victorian and Wright’s emerging Prairie School styles. Private residence.
Glencoe, Illinois 60022
This early Arts & Crafts house was designed by H. H. Richardson in 1885 for J. J. Glessner. Considered Romanesque, it reveals many details of the emerging Arts & Crafts style. Open to the public.
Chicago, Illinois 60616