Hollyhock HouseFrank Lloyd Wright
Cresting Olive Hill in Barnsdall Art Park like a crown, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House glows in honey-colored stone. Built between 1919 and 1921 for Aline Barnsdall, the building was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in 2019. It features many of Lloyd Wright’s classic architectural signatures, such as vast windows, an open-plan living space, bold lines and geometric accents. Mayan architectural shapes embellish the walls, from the numerous roof terraces down to the patio.
- photos: Rich Stapleton