Millard House, designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who pioneered a philosophy he named ‘organic architecture,’ is now up for grabs if you have a cool $4.5m burning a hole in your pocket. One of his most celebrated designs, Millard House, nicknamed ‘La Miniatura’, is one of twenty six Wright designed in California and was the first to feature his signature concrete textile-block.
The home is situated on a lush garden plot spanning a full acre of Pasadena. Inside comprises of four bedrooms and four baths, two kitchens, a living room, a formal dining room and a set of partially attached garages. The concrete textile-block pattern is repeated on the interior of the building, forming accent walls that open to the exterior and draw the nature of outside in. Whomever is lucky enough to get their hands on this property is purchasing a piece of history.
- Source: The Coolist
- Photography: Scott Mayoral