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Attention, architecture enthusiasts: you could vacation in Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes this summer. Vacation rental site Vrbo has compiled a collection of listings designed by the famed American architect, designer, and writer ahead of his 154th birthday on June 8. The homes span Hawaii, Michigan, Indiana, and Minnesota. Allow these listings to provide the ultimate staycation inspo for you and your fully-vaccinated pod after over a year spent at home. Take a virtual tour of the rentals below.
Frank Lloyd Wright House Hawaii — Waimea, Hawaii
The only Wright-designed home in Hawaii, this rental is constructed on three acres of land. Overlooking the ocean and volcanoes, the home is furnished with licensed reproductions of Wright-designed furniture, including his Taliesin floor lamps and Barrel chairs. With an average cost of $950/night, the three-bedroom, four-bathroom home sleeps six. Explore the Vrbo listing here.
Original Frank Lloyd Wright Secluded Home With Tea House — Ann Arbor, Michigan
Located on the hillside of two acres of land, the Palmer House is defined by equilateral triangle design elements and polygonal cutouts. The home exemplifies Wright’s flare for organic architecture, linking the space to the environment and nature. With an average cost of $540/night, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home sleeps six. Explore the Vrbo listing here.
Frank Lloyd Wright Woodside Home — Marion, Indiana
Also known as “Woodside,” the Dr. Richard Davis House sits on two acres and is located in the very old Shady Hills neighborhood north of Marion. The home has a pitched roof inspired by the shape of Native American teepees. With an average cost of $500/night, the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home sleeps six. Explore the Vrbo listing here.
Frank Lloyd Wright Overnight Rental, the Elam House — Austin, Minnesota
The second largest Wright-designed Usonian home built, the Elam House is famed for its upswept roof and cantilevered balcony, making it one of the architect’s most iconic designs. Original plans of the home and videos and magazines about Wright’s life are some of the features on display. With an average cost of $263/night, the two-bedroom, two-bathroom home sleeps five. Explore the Vrbo listing here.