Recently profiled in the New York Times, von Voss's 1,400-square-foot, Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired house is a masterpiece of patient craftsmanship: each plank and beam was milled by hand, using fallen trees salvaged from the woods nearby. [Times article here http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/27/garden/-taunting-the-big-bad-wolf-.html?partner=rssnyt&emc=rss&_r=1]
The Frederick C. Robie House in Hyde Park is located on the University of Chicago's campus. Created by famous architect Frank Loyd Wright, this Prairie style home was built in 1910 and considered a leader of modern architecture. Now a museum, visitors can tour the site Thursday through Monday.
Rear octagonal pillar - Robert Parker House / 1019 Chicago Avenue, Oak Park, IL / 1892 / Queen Anne / Frank Lloyd Wright -- This home is beautifully restored. It is a perfect balance between late 19th century authenticity and 21st century utility. A wall was removed in the living room to open it up to the dining room. This makes the interior space flow much like may of Wright's later designs. The original living room light fixture was found in the basement when the renovations began.