The original first-floor layout included a kitchen, living room and dining room. The photo shows the heart of the house – a cozy spot by the fireplace, with a built-in corner sofa. It was this architectural part that became the hallmark of the famous architect.
It is in this nursery that you can see how much Wright loved his family, even though he was not happy in it. But without exception, all of the homes he designed were dedicated to family warmth.
In 1890, Wright built the latest addition to his family nest, a small work studio in which he created the last 10 years he lived in Oak Park.
In the center is the entrance to the studio, which is to the left of the door. On the other side is a showroom. Though very different from the main house, it speaks volumes about the owner's consummate craftsmanship and taste.