Storer House

General Information

  • Area: Los Angeles, CA
  • Architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright
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This Frank Lloyd Wright home is one of four textile block homes built in the southern California area in the 1920s. Built for physician John Storer, the home uses Wright’s signature blocks on the interior and exterior of the home. This was accomplished through the use of molds and reinforced steel rods.

The home is 2,967sq. ft. with 3 bedroom, 3 bathrooms, and is under private ownership.