Frank Lloyd Wright House: Relocated

The Bachman-Wilson House, a New Jersey home originally designed in 1954 by Frank Lloyd Wright for Abraham Wilson and Gloria Bachman, was being threatened by repeated flooding at its original location along the Millstone River. The last owners of the house, architect and designer Lawrence and Sharon Tarantino, determined that relocating the house was necessary for its preservation. The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, stepped up to acquire the home, and the house was moved to Northwest Arkansas in April of 2014. Construction is now entering the final stages, and the house is scheduled to open to the public on November 11, 2015, the museum’s four-year anniversary. Read more at Follow us: @observer on Twitter | Observer on Facebook Read more at:

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