We recently came across Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pope-Leighey house on Apartment Therapy’s American Style. Wright along with other notable architects from the mid-century modern era helped shape American architecture. Their designs are as relevant and fresh today as they were over 60 years ago.

Completed in 1941, the Pope-Leighey home followed Wright’s Usonian design principle, which is considered to be the origins of the popular “ranch-style” homes.  Frank Lloyd Wright, like many of us here in Colorado, was inspired by his natural surroundings. The Pope-Leighey home, located in Virginia, could easily blend in with our mountain-style architecture.

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What do you think about Wright’s Usonian design?

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