Houzz TV: Tour Frank Lloyd Wright's Jaw-Dropping Hollyhock House
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Visitors can once again tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed Hollyhock House, which reopened this year after a four-year-long, multimillion-dollar restoration. The Los Angeles icon has been described as the harbinger of California modernism. The monumental hilltop home has open multipurpose rooms and eliminates the barrier between the interior and the exterior in many places. These are features that became synonymous with California living and residential design as a whole. “It began to change the way Americans used and lived in domestic interior spaces,” says Jeffrey Herr, curator of the Hollyhock House.