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CHICAGO, July 7, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Emil Bach House, Chicago’s only Frank Lloyd Wright designed private vacation home and venue rental, and Lang House Chicago, a grand Foursquare Prairie-style home, are offering a 25 percent discount off already reduced rates for lodging. Guests must book by August 1, 2020,...
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.”
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Renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright is famous for creating great works, such as New York’s Guggenheim Museum (pictured) and the iconic Fallingwater House in Pennsylvania. But he also engineered plenty of less-known constructions — some which are hiding in plain sight.
In 1991, the American Institute of Architects recognized Frank Lloyd Wright as “the greatest American architect of all time.” ShareTweet...
Famous for pushing the architectural design envelope, Frank Lloyd Wright created some of the most important architectural marvels of the 20th century, including New York City’s Guggenheim Museum. Share...
A walking tour isn’t just for tourists. In a city with such robust architectural history (the first skyscraper in the world was built here!), there’s always something new to learn about Chicago’s buildings and the people who built, lived, and worked in them.