Through architect Eric Lloyd Wright (grandson of Frank Lloyd Wright and son of Lloyd Wright), we are trying to bring good architecture down to a level of affordability by the masses. Throughout Frank Lloyd Wright's life, he was trying to do the same thing.
Wright's four Los Angeles concrete-block homes of 1923-24 were one example of his trying to lower the cost of good architecture. We invite people interested in trying to build modest-cost Wrightian architecture to join our nonprofit, no-dues group. The association may be contacted at 2820 Oak Point Drive, Hollywood 90068.