Inside a $4.4 million Lloyd Wright house
Wright is behind the famous Falling Water house and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
The Warwick Evans House, designed by one of the world’s most famous architects Frank Lloyd Wright, has gone on sale for $4.4 million in Los Angeles, California. The four-bedroom, 3,161 square feet home is surrounded by a Mayan-inspired fountain and a Koi pond in line with Wright’s organic architecture philosophy. Wright believed in designing structures that were in harmony with the environment, a theme best shown in his most famous work, Falling Water. The Warwick was built in 1936 for cellist and London String Quartet co-founder Charles Warwick Evans. It features fireplaces, Texas limestone, bluestone terracing and pathways, and walnut wood-tile flooring. It was first listed in September last year for $5.2 million but was later pulled off the market and re-listed by Hohnen and Victor Kaminoff of Coldwell Banker Previews International for its current price. The house endured several modifications and additions, but was restored to its current condition. Wright was recognized in 1991 by the American Institute of Architects as "the greatest American architect of all time". He built most of his work in Los Angeles, California.