Friday, February 13, 2015

Hollyhock House Opens to the Public

The Hollyhock House designed by famed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and built by his son Lloyd Wright and Rudolph Schindler back in 1922, opened to the public today. The house will be free of charge and open for 24 hours today only to all visitors. After today regular hours and a charge of $7 dollars will apply.
The house underwent 3 years of extensive restoration and is in pristine condition.
I highly recommend seeing this house, it is a true jewel of Los Angeles.

Photos by Ted Soqui © 2015
Exterior east view.

Living room.

Kitchen area.

Frank's custom Bentley in his favorite red color.

Exterior west view.