Frank Lloyd Wright’s Grandson Builds a Prefab Home

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December 09, 2014

Prefab homes can be well-designed and elegant, as proven by the home of Frank Lloyd Wright’s grandson, Tim Wright, and his wife.
The couple wanted to build a home on their land in the rolling hills of Wisconsin near Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright’s estate. So they commissioned Blu Homes, a modular home company based in Vallejo, Calif., to execute it, Dwell reports.
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