After a career in landscaping and working under his famous father, Lloyd Wright went solo. His second independent commission was the Bollman House. Built for Henry O. Bollman in 1922, the residence features Mayan inspiration and Wright's signature textile block, giving the concrete facade a temple-like aesthetic. Its 2,518-square-foot interior includes four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The Mesoamerican influence continues inside with patterned blocks on the fireplace and along the walls, while subtle updates weave throughout the original mid-century details. Living spaces extend to the generous backyard, shaded by lush landscaping.
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