Arnold Friedman Vacation Lodge, aka "Fir Tree House" / Pecos, New Mexico / 1948 / Frank Lloyd Wright -- North of the village of Pecos, New Mexico, along a narrow road that winds up-river, past a Benedictine Monastery, you may find a small gate tucked into the forest. This marker was placed 60 years ago by Wright. Behind the entrance lies a residence hidden deep in the woods. It would be an understatement to note that this is one of Wright’s lesser known projects.

Arnold Friedman Vacation Lodge, aka "Fir Tree House" / Pecos, New Mexico / 1948 / Frank Lloyd Wright -- North of the village of Pecos, New Mexico, along a narrow road that winds up-river, past a Benedictine Monastery, you may find a small gate tucked into the forest. This marker was placed 60 years ago by Wright. Behind the entrance lies a residence hidden deep in the woods. It would be an understatement to note that this is one of Wright’s lesser known projects.

Wright  Smith House, in Piedmont Pins, California, 1939; pencil and coloured pencil, 559x584 mm

Wright Smith House, in Piedmont Pins, California, 1939; pencil and coloured pencil, 559x584 mm

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