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Fricke House Window Offered For Sale

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 03:05 AM
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by Eric last modified Aug 01, 2011

Urban Remains in Chicago is offering an art glass window from the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed William G. Fricke House (1901) in Oak Park, IL. According to the Urban Remains website, the window is not from the main house (which still stands), but was removed from the home's pavilion and garden walk, which was demolished in the 1920's. Read and see more here. UPDATE: There seems to be a little confusion as to where this window...




 

 

Picture 4 Urban Remains in Chicago is offering an art glass window from the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed William G. Fricke House (1901) in Oak Park, IL. According to the Urban Remains website, the window is not from the main house (which still stands), but was removed from the home's pavilion and garden walk, which was demolished in the 1920's. Read and see more here.

UPDATE: There seems to be a little confusion as to where this window originates from at the Fricke House. Apparently, the pavilion was initially an open air design with no windows. We'll fill readers in with more details as they emerge. If anyone has additional info as to where this design could have originated from at Fricke House—whether its associated with the pavilion or otherwise—please let me know.

Image via Urban Remains



 

 

 
 
 

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