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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.”
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One of America’s greatest architects, Frank Lloyd Wright called Illinois home—and filled it with some of his best works. Take a trip to discover the architectural gems throughout the state that reveal the form and function of Wright’s signature style.
Mic Network Inc.10.09.18
No matter how many times you visit the Windy City, there always seems to be something you just missed and need to come back for: rocks left unturned, hole in the wall restaurants left undiscovered, secrets of the city left untold.
Our trip to Chicago started out on a high note. We had just flown in from Atlanta, picked up our rental car, and made our way to our third property on our tour with booking.com...
Chronicle Illinois 05.17.18
As part of Illinois’ bicentennial celebration, the state’s Office of Tourism unveiled two Frank Lloyd Wright Trails featuring more than a dozen structures. The Emil Bach House is the only Wright house open for tours as well as vacation rentals and private events.