Wright - Publicker House
Frank Lloyd Wright - Publicker House Collection (012), Project, 1867-1959
Frank Lloyd Wright apprenticed with the Chicago architect Joseph Lynman Silsbee, and then with the firm Adler and Sullivan before establishing an independent office in Oak Park, Illinois in 1893-1911, and later in Madison, Wisconsin, 1911-1959, with temporary offices in Tokyo and Los Angeles. Wright's designs influenced the development of twentieth-century architecture, and are best known for their open plans, sensitive use of materials, and complex massing and form.
The collection comprises three original presentation drawings, signed and dated by Wright in April 1951, documenting his unbuilt design for the Robert Publicker House.Download Finding Aid