The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is hosting its popular After Hours – which allows visitors to experience a Wright house in a casual, festive atmosphere – at two of its historic tour sites in Chicago.The Trust will host an After Hours 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The beautifully restored Emil Bach House, which Wright designed in 1915, has well-appointed grounds and a Japanese-style tea house that will be open to After Hours guests. Visit the historic home’s gorgeous interior, and bring a blanket to sit on the lawn and savor wine, snacks and a live band performing outdoors.
The Trust’s volunteer interpreters will be available to answer questions at both events. Advance registration is highly recommended as the events do sell out.
Emil Bach House looks toward future stylistic directions in Wright’s work, in its contained geometry, efficient scale, and distinctive window designs.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is a leading national Frank Lloyd Wright nonprofit organization based in Chicago, where the largest number of original Wright sites is located. Dedicated to preservation and interpretation of Wright’s design legacy, the Trust operates public tours at five Chicago area sites and offers both in-school and on-site programs for youth, families and adults. Owner, operator and preservation steward of Wright’s Oak Park Home and Studio (1889/1898), where Wright established his career and created the Prairie-style of architecture, the Trust also operates the iconic Frederick C. Robie House (1908-10) in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood, and offers public tours and programs at Unity Temple (1905-08) in Oak Park, The Rookery Light Court (1905) in the Chicago Loop and Emil Bach House (1915) in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood. For more information, visit flwright.org.