When Frank Lloyd Wright completed the Ennis house in 1924, he immediately considered it his favorite. The last and largest of the four concrete-block houses that Wright built in the Los Angeles area remains arguably the best residential example of Mayan Revival architecture in the country.
The one-story house is one of Wright’s smaller homes and one of his favorites. It showcases a lovely ellipse shape and occupies an area of 2500 square meters. Featuring three bedrooms and two bathrooms, the crib has flowing and gently curved spaces.
Frank Lloyd Wright is one of my heroes. His houses are so characteristic but at the same time all different – no wonder that he is one of the giants of the 20th century architecture.
Millard House, also known as La Miniatura, is one of the four textile block houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. It was commissioned by rare book dealer Alice Millard, for whom Wright had already designed a home in Chicago in 1906.