Inside the Norman Lykes House, the Last Residence Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

The Norman Lykes House is credited as being the final residential design of iconic American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. The circular home was designed just before his passing in 1959 and was completed in 1967 by his apprentice John Rattenbury.

Emerging from the side of a mountain and framing stunning views of the landscape, the Norman Lykes house boasts curved walls, circular and semi-circular windows along with other geometric cutouts, custom built-ins, and original furniture.

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Images courtesy Curbed.

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