Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo, NY Photos

Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin house complex (1903-5) is Wright's only multi-structured residential grouping. Buffalo has six Wright buildings in all. Martin was President of the Larkin Soap Company, a large manufacturer & major retailer. Martin hired Wright in his early career to build the Larkin commercial building. Martin & several other Larkin executives then had Wright design their homes around Buffalo. When Wright later went bankrupt, Martin lead the group who bailed Wright out.

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Darwin D. Martin House. Buffalo, NY.Planters & design elements of Martin House. Buffalo, NY.Planters & design elements of Martin House. Buffalo, NY.Side of Martin House. Buffalo, NY.
Darwin D. Martin House (1904) (Jewett Parkway at Summit Ave.). Buffalo, NY. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. On National Register.Planters & design elements of Martin House. Buffalo, NY.Planters & design elements of Martin House. Buffalo, NY.Side of Martin House. Buffalo, NY.
George Barton House part of the only multi-building housing compound built by F.L. Wright. Buffalo, NY.Stained-glass window by F.L. Wright on Barton House. Buffalo, NY.William R. Heath House. Buffalo, NY.Entry Stairs on Frank Lloyd Wright's Heath House, 629 Bird Ave. Buffalo, NY.
George Barton House (1903-5) (118 Summit Ave.) part of the only multi-building housing compound built by F.L. Wright. Buffalo, NY. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. On National Register.Stained-glass window by F.L. Wright on Barton House. Buffalo, NY.William R. Heath House (1905) (629 Bird Ave at Bidwell). Buffalo, NY. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.Entry Stairs on Frank Lloyd Wright's Heath House, 629 Bird Ave. Buffalo, NY.
Stained glass window of Frank Lloyd Wright's 629 Bird Ave House. Buffalo, NY.Coach house of Graycliff Estate. Buffalo, NY.

Stained glass window of Frank Lloyd Wright's 629 Bird Ave House. Buffalo, NY.Coach house of Graycliff Estate. Buffalo, NY. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.


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