Frank Lloyd Wright’s Circular Sun House on the market for $7.95M
By: AZ Big Media
The Norman Lykes Circular Sun House in Phoenix was Master Architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s final design. The house is now on the market for $7,950,000.
Enthusiasts and owners of the artist’s beautifully crafted, one-of-a-kind homes all agree; they are like works of art to be lived in and appreciated. When it comes time to renovate one of these historic structures, the choices regarding how far to take the modifications often become quite complex.
Architect Erik Peterson, with PHX Architecture, was a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice at the time of the first Circular Sun House remodel in 1995. He’s also a well-known and highly respected architect in the Phoenix metropolitan area today.
“Frank Lloyd Wright would want his homes to evolve,” said Peterson during a recent local interview on FOX 10 News. “He didn’t want them to become museums…. So taking this house to the next level – Wright gave us his permission to do that.”