It’s been more than 60 years since Frank Lloyd Wright’s career came to an end following his death in 1959, and there are nearly 300 structures designed by the prolific American architect still standing, the bulk of which are sprinkled across the United States.
Many of these homes and buildings are iconic, known for their creative use of space and natural materials, a Wright trademark. But the architect’s genius also springs up in unexpected places, like the gas station in Minnesota that includes an observation deck, or a Greek Orthodox church that looks like a spaceship.
Here are 12 stops on a Frank Lloyd Wright superfan’s cross-country road trip of the U.S.
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