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Wingspread, Racine

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Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Wingspread, also known as the Herbert F. Johnson House, is a historic house in Wind Point, Wisconsin. It was built in 1938–39 to a design by Frank Lloyd Wright for Herbert Fisk Johnson Jr., then the president of S.C. Johnson, and was considered by Wright to be one of his most elaborate and expensive house designs to date. The property is now a conference center operated by The Johnson Foundation. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1989.
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  • It may not be the most dramatic FLW Structure but what I loved is that they let you sit on some of the furniture, and after a short intro highlighting some of the great though leadership that has...  more »
  • A beautifully maintained example of the masters' work. We took a guided tour and were delighted by a number of interesting stories, typical of his eclectic style and his strong "personal" touch!  more »
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