Preserving What's Wright 2021
WELCOME to the online auction to benefit the Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park. Proceeds support the preservation of the Kraus House and provide tours and community programs that continue Frank Lloyd Wright's legacy and inspire passion for architecture and design.
TUESDAY, JUNE 1 - Auction opens at 12:00 PM
MONDAY, JUNE 7 - Auction closes at 12:00 PM
A Two-Night Stay at One Hundred Above the Park
Live the One Hundred experience
Architectural Model of FLWHEP
Exact Replica made by HOK
Curator-Led Tour at Saint Louis Art Museum
By David Conradsen of the Arts & Crafts and Decorative Arts Galleries
Custom Frank Lloyd Wright BARREL Chair
Crafted by Cassina in Italy
Missississippi River Rafting and Dinner for 8
Curated river experience by Derek Hoeferlin and "Big Muddy" Mike Clark
Original Watercolor "Winter at Ebsworth Park"
Painting by FLWHEP curator Peter Shank
Unity Temple Private Tour
Private tour of Unity Temple, part of a UNESCO Heritage Site
About The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park
The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park is a unique and significant residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1951 for St. Louis artist Russell Kraus and his wife Ruth. It is an excellent example of Wright’s Usonian homes, intended to provide middle-class Americans with beautiful architecture at an affordable cost.
Since 2001, the house has been open to the public as a house museum. Each year, more than 4000 visitors from all around the world tour the home, including school field trips from 4th grade through university. Educational programming also includes community lectures, exhibits, and special events.
The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization.