FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT TEXTILE HOUSE – FREEMAN HOUSE
The Samuel and Harriet Freeman House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1924, is one of four residences that were designed to be affordable and modular constructed using the cheap building material of concrete. These houses were constructed from a textile block system of handmade concrete tiles held in a matrix of steel bars, anchored and protected by a concrete mixture, and stacked without grout.
Related Site(s): Ennis House, Millard House, Storer House
• State Historical Site (1011)