A.D. German Warehouse
A Frank Lloyd Wright structure
Richland Center, Wisconsin 53581
American System Built Homes- Model B1
A total of 13 American System-Built Homes are known to have been constructed in the United States. 2714 West Burnham is the only known example of Model B1.
The American System-Built Homes project is an early example of prefabricated housing. The “system” involved cutting the lumber and other materials in a mill or factory, to be brought to the site for assembly. This system would save material waste and a substantial fraction of the wages paid to skilled tradesmen. America’s entry into World War I halted the sale and development of these homes. Building materials were diverted to wartime needs. Also, Wright began extensive travel to Japan as to work on the Imperial Hotel project in Tokyo.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53215
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
A Frank Lloyd Wright structure
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53225
Bernard Schwartz House
A Frank Lloyd Wright structure. Public tours are typically given the first Sunday of every other month unless otherwise noted. Reservations suggested.
Two Rivers, Wisconsin 54241
In 1909, toward the end of his career, Louis Sullivan designed this brick and Shingle style house with the assistance of architect George Elmslie. Currently, the house is being used as the Wisconsin Headquarters of the Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity.
Madison, Wisconsin 53736
Contemporary artisans, Scott Draves, Nicky Ross and John Tiller work in a collaborative studio to create hand crafted classics. The resulting unique line of pottery takes inspiration from the Arts & Crafts movement. From our hands to your home.
Madison, Wisconsin 53713
Ephraim Faience Pottery
Heirloom-quality limited edition Arts & Crafts pottery created in our small Wisc. studio since 1996. Original designs and glazes inspired by the beauty of Nature and the Arts & Crafts movement. Discover why it’s more than pottery – it’s a lifestyle.
Lake Mills, Wisconsin 53551
Frederick C. Bogk House
This Prairie School home was designed in 1916 by Frank Lloyd Wright to fit on a small urban property. It is believed that the interior was completed with the assistance of George Niedecken. Private residence.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
Your Midwest Source For Fine Custom Woodworking in the Arts & Crafts Style. Specializing in the Design Style of Greene & Greene. Award Winning Master Craftsman. Commissioned, custom work. Interiors, furnishings, lighting, doors, more. (Northern WI.)
White Lake, Wisconsin 54491
Johnson Wax Building
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1939, the SC Johnson Wax Administrative Building is a strong example of the abilities of its architect. Rather than windows, the building is encased in glass tubing and is supported by dendriform columns. Every last detail was approved by Wright, even the bricks in ‘Cherokee Red’. The research and development building was also designed by Wright and was completed in 1947. The bridge, which connects the R&D tower to the administrative building, is another design of Wright’s. Definitely a must see if you are in the Wisconsin area.
Racine, Wisconsin 53403
Joyce Diveley Design Pottery
My clay is light hearted, brilliantly colored, creative and unique. No two pieces are ever exactly alike! I use both earthenware and stoneware to tell a story, or catch a moment in time, that is illustrated through great line and great design.
Onalaska, Wisconsin 54650
Milwaukee Art Museum and Prairie Archives
Situated in downtown Milwaukee, this museum has assembled an impressive collection of furnishings by Frank Lloyd Wright, Harvey Ellis, and George Niedecken. Among their most cherished items, however, are archives of documents, drawings, and records relating to George Niedecken and Frank Lloyd Wright.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202