The David and Gladys Wright House Foundation is designed to preserve and celebrate the house that architect Frank Lloyd Wright built for his son, David, and daughter-in-law, Gladys, between 1950 and 1952. Constructed on Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona, this home features a unique spiral design that also informed Wright's work on the Guggenheim museum. This distinctive design also enables visitors to the David and Gladys Wright house to experience spectacular views of the surrounding environment. For those of us unable to visit the home in person, this website offers a stunning Virtual Tour. In this section of the website, visitors can explore photographs, videos, and an interactive floor plan of the house. The last feature is especially engaging, as it allows visitors to pause and zoom in on aspects of the house that are of interest and explore all angles of any given room. In addition, visitors can learn more about specific architectural features and furniture through a series of of notes that can be viewed by hovering over a series of white and blue circles that appear during this virtual tour. Those interested in learning more will find links to articles of interest in the Mission section of this website.
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