June 6, 2017

Frank Lloyd Wright's Buildings, Mapped

From museums to office buildings, private homes to houses of worship, Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural imprint in urban centers and rural enclaves is as stylistically expansive as it is geographically diverse. This map—created in partnership with geographic mapping company Esri—demonstrates Wright's reach and celebrates some of his most memorable buildings. Dive in below and see for yourself!

(Looking to explore a place on a more intimate scale? Check out the virtual tour of Wright's Pope-Leighey House in Alexandria, Virginia.)

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The Mother Road turns 100 years old in 2026—share your Route 66 story to celebrate the Centennial. Together, we’ll tell the full American story of Route 66!

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