Malcolm Willey House

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The Malcolm Willey House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and constructed in 1934. It has been considered the first Usonian house and/or the prototype for future Usonians. This commission was the first house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright after the founding of his fellowship program for apprentices in architecture. It signified a rebirth in the career of the greatest architect and artist America has ever produced.
~Peter Bakken, Fairfax, MN


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