Barton House Restoration / Frank Lloyd Wright + HHL Architects

After nearly 20 years and $2 million, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Barton House is once again ready for public appreciation. The house, built in 1903 in Buffalo, NY, is a shining example of Wright’s expertise in domestic architecture—but at the time, it was a gamble. The house is now open to the public for tours as well as private bookings — via Curbed

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