Downtown: EnnisBrown House
Ennis Brown Haus is the magnificent creation of world- famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
It is one of the most outstanding residential structures existing in the United States.
The Ennis-Brown House is one of the first residences constructed from concrete blocks.
Wright transforms cold industrial concrete to a warm decorative material used as a frame for interior features like windows and fireplaces as well as columns.
His sixteen inch modular blocks with intriguing geometric repeats invite tactile exploration.
This beautiful example of the genius of Wright is visited by architects, architectural historians,
artists and art lovers from practically every country in the world.
he house is listed by the U.S. Department of the Interior in the National Register of Historic Places,
it has been declared a Cultural Heritage Monument by the city of Los Angeles, and it has been designated a California State Landmark.
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