This imaginative Frank Lloyd Wright home was built in 1952 for the famed architect's son, David, and his daughter-in-law, Gladys. Located on 10 acres in the desert of Phoenix, Arizona, the home is an elevated spiral shape, designed to maximize the sweeping views of the nearby mountains and valley. Wright used standard concrete blocks, a flexible material, to build the home adding another dimension to the curved edges. Marvel at the Philippine mahogany ceilings that sweep through the main living spaces. This is known as one of Frank Lloyd Wright's last residential designs.
"The mission of the David and Gladys Wright House Foundation is to restore and maintain the David Wright House and grounds, to celebrate the artistic legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright at the site of one of his most unique and architecturally significant houses through tours, educational programs, exhibitions, lectures, research facilities, events and performances, and to inspire creativity in future generations of artists and architects." (source: davidwrighthouse.org/)