Chuck Lohre describes his journey from purchasing a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and how that encouraged him to teach Green Building design. Watch the video.
The owner of a Frank Lloyd Wright shares her journey. Janet Groeber From CINCINNATI MAGAZINEhttp://www.cincinnatimagazine.com/hg/Story.aspx?id=1369984 I don't know many couples that get into heated discussions weighing the aesthetics of opaque stain versus transparent, but it's a topic my husband, Chuck Lohre, and I debate often. Then again, most of our conversations these days are about […]
A Google Sketch Up model is available for approved uses, according to the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation guidelines. Please send us an email with your use and we'll contact the Foundation. The authors of the Sketch-Up model were Brayden McLaughlin and Greg Algie. Both UC School of Planning grad students.
The Oral History Project was started by former Cincinnati Preservation Association Director Bobbie McTurner. Bruce Goetzman and Ken Hughes volunteered to be interviewed regarding the preservation of the home by David and Miriam Gosling. The home was built in 1956 and designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Chuck Lohre, Brian Pierson, Gordon Morioka, Erin Adams and […]
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The addition bath never did have plans or cabinet designs. As far as we had seen, all the past photos showed counters, fixtures and cabinets that didn't match the main home. Janet and I felt the bath in the addition didn't reflect the same FLW design details of the main home. Along with Designer Chris Magee we created a plan that simulated the second floor main bath's features and textures. From exposing the block to finding an original matching sink every detail reflects the original FLW materials, fit and finish of the main home.