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CHICAGO, Oct. 30, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — As the holiday season begins, TAWANI Property Management’s Hospitality division is excited to announce a series of holiday promotions for its properties located in the Chicagoland area. Whether you are looking for a special location to host your holiday party or unique vacation home to stay with...
CHICAGO – (September 15, 2018) Community members and Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiasts enjoyed a late-summer evening of music, architecture and history at the Emil Bach House After Hours event on Thursday, Sept.13. The beautifully restored home built in 1915 is Chicago’s only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed rental property. The event hosted...
“We are honored to be selected as one of the 13 stops along the Frank Lloyd Wright Trail,” said Bruce Boyd, Emil Bach House innkeeper and co-owner. “We look forward to showing travelers the meticulously restored, maintained and modernized Emil Bach House. The entire house highlights all of the iconic architecture and design of Frank Lloyd Wright.”
Popular BuzzFeed Series Spotlights Impressive Qualities of Illinois’s Only Frank Lloyd Wright’s Private Vacation Home and Venue Rental
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Plenty of Frank Lloyd Wright devotees fantasize of living in one of the many homes the architect designed, but the price (his Ennis House in L.A. sold for $18 million last year) and notorious upkeep prevent most folks from getting anywhere near that dream.
Leisure Group Travel Online10.23.19
Few have made an impact on American architecture like the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright, who designed more than 1,000 structures with a distinct style focusing on organic architecture living in harmony with the environment.
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The Washington Post09.05.19
Frank Lloyd Wright died 60 years ago in April yet he still feels present, as if his ghost were consulting architects from the afterlife. The open floor plan concept, use of steel and concrete in nonutilitarian buildings and walls of windows that pull nature close are ubiquitous design elements today...