Garrett House / Richard Miller + David Henken

At first glance it might look like one of those modernist churches. But this is actually a 1970s Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired property in Canaan, New York State, USA.

Dating back to 1975, the house is inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s organic style of architecture. Hardly surprising as the architect was a Wright apprentice, Richard Miller, along with another FLW apprentice David Henken, who enlarged the house in 1988 for Guy Garrett, described as a prominent executive at The New York Times.

See the listing for more details and indeed, more images. It is on the market for $1,350,000, which is around £789,000 — via WowHaus

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