Frank Lloyd Wright in Michigan

The state of Michigan is blessed with a lot of Wright’s most beautiful homes.  Some of Wright’s earliest clients had him build summer bungalows on the lakes in Western and Northern Michigan. The Afleck and Meyer-May houses are great examples of Wright’s early Prairie work.  There are many of Wright’s Usonian homes that are scattered across central Michigan. 

 

The diversity of Wright’s work in Michigan shows not only his talent and versatility, but also the progression and growth of Wright as an architect. 

 

Site

City

Date Built

Melvyn Maxwell Smith House:    Updated 01/22/04

Bloomfield Hills

1946
Affleck House:    Updated 01/29/2004 Bloomfield Hills 1940
Turkel House:    Updated 03/25/06 Detroit 1955
Wall House:    New 05/27/03 Plymouth 1941
Goddard House:    New 05/27/03 Plymouth 1953
Palmer House:    New 05/27/03 Ann Arbor 1950
Goetsch-Winkler House:    New 05/27/03 Okemos 1939
Edwards House:    New 05/27/03 Okemos 1949
Brauner House:    New 05/27/03 Okemos 1948
Schaberg House:    New 05/27/03 Okemos 1950
Galesburg, Michigan Houses: New 05/22/2003 Galesburg 1948
Pratt House: Coming Soon Galesburg 1948
Eppstein House: Coming Soon Galesburg 1948
Meyer House: Coming Soon Galesburg 1948
Weisblat House: Coming Soon Galesburg 1948
McCartney House:    New 05/27/03 Kalamazoo 1949
Eric V. Brown House:    New 05/27/03 Kalamazoo 1949
Levin House:    New 05/27/03 Kalamazoo 1948
Winn House:    New 05/27/03 Kalamazoo 1950
Meyer May House:    New 05/27/03 Grand Rapids 1908
Amberg House (Not Wright): New 05/27/03 Grand Rapids 1910
Anthony House:    New 05/27/03 Benton Harbor 1949
Harper House:    ***Updated 03/28/2004*** St. Joseph 1950
Schultz House:    New 05/27/03 St. Joseph 1957
Vosburgh House:    New 05/27/03 Grand Beach 1916
W.S. Carr House:    New 05/27/03 Grand Beach 1916
Joseph J. Bagley House:    New 05/27/03 Grand Beach 1916
     

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