Charnley House, Chicago by F.L. Wright & L.H. Sullivan Photos

James Charnley House (1891) (1365 North Astor St., Chicago) is unusual in that it combines the design work of Frank Lloyd Wright with his employer at the time Louis H. Sullivan. The relationship between these giants of American architecture ended after another year, probably because of issues regarding Wright's "bootlegging" house designs without Sullivan's knowledge.

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James Charnley House. Chicago, IL.Details of James Charnley House balcony. Chicago, IL.Details of James Charnley House front door. Chicago, IL.Detail of James Charnley House decorative finish. Chicago, IL.
James Charnley House (1891) (1365 North Astor St.). Chicago, IL. Architect: Louis H. Sullivan & Frank Lloyd Wright. On National Register.Details of James Charnley House balcony. Chicago, IL.Details of James Charnley House front door. Chicago, IL.Detail of James Charnley House decorative finish. Chicago, IL.

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