Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright


This office building was built in the Usonian style of Frank Lloyd Wright which is identified by the block construction.  This building originally housed a dental office and today it has been subdivided into two or three offices.  The building was first listed in the city directory in 1952 but, no other information is available so the architect for this building has not been determined.

This photo shows another entrance to the building.  This isn't a great shot of the building but, I love the reflection of the red Mustang in the window.

11 comments:

Chrissy Brand said...
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Chrissy Brand said...

Really lovely building and a great heritage

Kate said...

I agree that the Red Mustang's reflection is a terrific spot" on the window.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I don't think I've seen this style of building before Sharon, although it does have a 1050's feel about it. Clever spotting with the red Mustang!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

A small gem that is probably frequently overlooked.

Randy said...

I agree with Dave's comment, people probably pass it everyday without a thought. Thanks for sharing it.

Jarart said...

Love that reflection.

Regina K said...

So many followers of Frank Lloyd Wrights designs. I am fond of his designs too. The red mustang does set off that window.

Jack said...

Interesting. I would not have identified it as a Wright or Wright-school. Thanks for educating us.

lifeisaroadtrip said...

I noticed the red mustang, too. Very nice. We are so lucky to have so much of Frank Loyd Wright's influence here.

Magpie said...

Oh, yea. The mustang reflection was definitely an eye catcher. :)