12/17/11: The Laurent House – 1940’s accessibility by Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by paralyzed vet William Laurent in 1949 to build this historic 2,500 sq ft home, and now it will become a museum.

It’s not everyday you realize an architect you’ve loved for years created a wheelchair-accessible home years ago and you never knew it until like, 2 days ago. Check out this amazing home built with honeyed wood, consisting of gorgeous lines, and custom furniture. Read my blog for New Mobility

– Tiff

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