Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Boca Raton Mansion Asking $4.5 Million Can’t Catch A Break

Designed by its owners, husband-and-wife architectural team Derek and Lisa Vander Ploeg, this 4,800 square foot Boca Raton house was inspired by the organic architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. Although they skipped some of the more ornery aspects of Frank Lloyd Wright's designs, like how he had a habit of custom-designing everything from the building, to the furniture inside it, and even sometimes the silverware, the house still oozes with Wrightian details.

Frank Lloyd Wright Thought Miami’s Architecture Was “Horrible.”

Frank Lloyd Wright, probably the most important American architect ever, did not like Miami. He visited in 1955 and thought the natural environment was beautiful, but he was not afraid to share his opinions about the buildings that occupied it.