This article originally appeared in the June 2018 issue of Luxe. Interiors + Design.
It’s been 90 years since Frank Lloyd Wright began leaving his mark in Arizona. We revisit four of the architect’s still-standing icons.
Then: This private home in Phoenix’s Palm Canyon was one of 14 circular structures Wright created using overlapping concentric circles. Significantly, it is the last residence he designed before he died in 1959; his apprentice, John Rattenbury, finished it eight years later. Now: In 1994, with approval from the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the house was reconfigured with three bedrooms instead of five and outfitted with modern conveniences such as a gas fireplace. At press time, the residence is listed on the market for $3.25 million. theagencyre.com