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Register Now for Out and About Wright: The Bachman-Wilson House and Fay Jones' Ozark Modernism


Frank Lloyd Wright's Bachman-Wilson House (1954), a rare two-story Usonian originally built in Millstone, New Jersey, is enjoying its second life in a region rich with the work of one of Wright's most prolific and accomplished apprentices, Euine Fay Jones (1921-2004), the AIA Gold Medal-winning architect and Arkansas native whose distinctive brand of organic architecture has been called Ozark Modernism.
See the Bachman-Wilson House at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, learn about the preservation issues surrounding its move through panel discussions and visit seven works by Fay Jones on the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy's annual Out and About Wright tour. See our events page for more information.



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