John Lloyd Wright's second round of accolades
|The most popular image of John Lloyd Wright|
Here are the other two John Lloyd Wright homes recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places....
|Jackson House or "House of Tile", 1938|
The George Jaworowski House was the last building designed by John Lloyd Wright during his career in Indiana. It is a unique design not repeated in his other work, particularly as it relates to the shape and function of the roof which is its most identifying feature. Created in 1945-1946, it has strong similarities to the officer housing Wright proposed for the Kingsbury Ordnance Plant. It is unclear if any of this housing type he proposed was ever created, making the Jaworowski House the only building constructed with this unique Prairie styling. The house is also known as “Early Birds” and fits neatly into the natural dunes landscape of Duneland Beach, Indiana.
|"Early Bird", 1945-46|