Auldbrass Plantation. Frank Lloyd Wright. 1940-51. Beaufort County, South Carolina, near the town of Yemassee

Auldbrass Plantation. Frank Lloyd Wright. 1940-51. Beaufort County, South Carolina, near the town of Yemassee

Taliesin West - Frank Lloyd Wright. Tours Monday every 30 mins last 90 mins. 9am-4pm. $32 in advance, $36 on site. reservations available through web.

Taliesin West - Frank Lloyd Wright. Tours Monday every 30 mins last 90 mins. 9am-4pm. $32 in advance, $36 on site. reservations available through web.

“Frank Lloyd Wright couldn’t design an ordinary-looking building,” says producer Joel Silver, who restored the little-known Auldbrass, Wright’s 1939 plantation in Yemassee, South Carolina. A crushed-brick walkway leads to the barn. “By folding the roof down and the corners of the doors back, Wright created something origami-like,” Silver notes. December 1993

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“Frank Lloyd Wright couldn’t design an ordinary-looking building,” says producer Joel Silver, who restored the little-known Auldbrass, Wright’s 1939 plantation in Yemassee, South Carolina. A crushed-brick walkway leads to the barn. “By folding the roof down and the corners of the doors back, Wright created something origami-like,” Silver notes. December 1993

Auldbrass Plantation or Auldbrass is located in Beaufort County, South Carolina, near the town of Yemassee.[2][3] The name is a variation of "Old Brass" which was the name given to the farmland and the local river landing.

Auldbrass Plantation or Auldbrass is located in Beaufort County, South Carolina, near the town of Yemassee.[2][3] The name is a variation of "Old Brass" which was the name given to the farmland and the local river landing.

Frank Lloyd Wright Photos | Architectural Digest.  In Yemassee South Carolina

Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright Photos | Architectural Digest. In Yemassee South Carolina

Kentuck Knob. Frank Lloyd Wright. Ohiopyle, Pa. 1956. Hexagon module repeated throughout home. Usonian Style.

Kentuck Knob. Frank Lloyd Wright. Ohiopyle, Pa. 1956. Hexagon module repeated throughout home. Usonian Style.

The lobby of the landmark Rookery Building, redesigned by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1905

The lobby of the landmark Rookery Building, redesigned by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1905

Herbert and Katherine Jacobs House by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Frank Lloyd Wright buildings nominated for UNESCO World Heritage List

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