National touring exhibit at Elmhurst History Museum explores Wright’s interior designs
Frank Lloyd Wright created the visual character of an interior space in myriad ways, both obvious and subtle, with each object acting as an essential detail of the larger whole. Wright believed in organic design that unified every feature of the house to express a single vision down to the smallest details. Through reproduction drawings, house plans, and photographs, explore the ingenious ways in which Wright maximized the feeling of open space while still accommodating the various functions of daily living. A national touring exhibition from International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC. Limit: 5 people per group, 15 visitors per hour. All visitors are required to wear face masks for entry.
Reservations Required: Reserve one-hour time slot at elmhursthistory.org
Free Admission. Reservations Required: Reserve one-hour time slot at elmhursthistory.org