Architectural Digest takes a tour of a restored 1948 Frank Lloyd Wright property in Wisconsin, brought back to life by Milwaukee-based Kabala Washatko Architects. Commissioned by the Adelman family who brought the home sixty years ago, the design team have been sensitive in their approach, recreating original design features and using Wright's plans as a constant guide. Cypress wood and concrete applied extensively throughout, original furniture, textiles and art work remain; that this old school building feels as relevant as ever is testament to midcentury design's timeless quality. Read on.
Frank Lloyd Wright fans - catch Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive at MOMA NYC until 1 October.