The evolution in Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture is best captured in his residential homes, and the last one he built couldn’t be more similar to his last masterpiece, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. Wright could not had completed the drawings the Norman Lykes House, built atop Palm Canyon in Phoenix, Arizona before he died in April of 1959, but upon his death, his apprentice John Rattenbury finished the design and created the working drawings; the house which finally built seven years later. Designed during the construction of the Museum, this small mid-century gem looks like the spiral New-York-City-based museum in a small scale. Now, that it is being offered for sale with all of its original Wright-designed furniture, the Norman Lykes House which was fully renovated ten years ago, can be seen in all of its glory.
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