Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin Martin House


The Darwin Martin House, located in the Frederick Law Olmsted-designed Parkside neighborhood, is considered one of the finest examples of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie-style design, and features a 1.5 acre campus landscape, designed by Wright and landscape architect Walter Burley Griffin.The historic landscape represents an important contributing feature to the overall significance of the estate. Wright developed an integrated design approach unifying buildings, interior decorative elements and exterior landscape in an organic style, deriving inspiration from the natural world. The Martin House landscape plan combines formal aspects of the English Garden tradition and informal landscape elements.

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Meeting Facility

Motorcoach Parking

Tour Group Check In

Meeting Space

Banquet Space

Kitchen

Catering

Board Room

Motorcoach Parking

Handicap Access

Tour Length: 1-2 hours

Tour Services offered in French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese Mandarin

EXHIBITSPACE

LARGESTROOM: 7775.00

TOTALSQFT: 16500.00

RECEPTION: 150

NUMROOMS: 4

BANQUET: 100

CLASSROOM: 100

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