Discover the architect’s house and be inspired by its atmosphere.
A style all of its own
Do you like architecture? If so, you will be happy as a sandboy in this city, and particularly inside these walls, which were the architect's private residence and studio for the first twenty years of his career. Here, at number 951 Chicago Avenue, in Oak Park, Wright experimented with new architectural concepts, he brought up his children with his first wife and he was inspired to make his compact and austere works of art. Don’t miss the opportunity to take a guided tour of the house and studio to admire the beauty of the interior. The tour costs 15 dollars and lasts from 40 to 60 minutes. You can also take a tour with a specialist guide, either on foot or by bike, around the Oak Park neighbourhood which has the largest collection in the world of buildings designed by the American architect like the single-family, prairie-style homes. To find out times and prices: http://gowright.org