This 2012 file photo shows a home designed by noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Phoenix. The house that the famous architect designed for his son is being donated to the school bearing his name years after it was salvaged from demolition.
This 2012 file photo shows a home designed by noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Phoenix. The house that the famous architect designed for his son is being donated to the school bearing his name years after it was salvaged from demolition. Ross D. Franklin AP
This 2012 file photo shows a home designed by noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Phoenix. The house that the famous architect designed for his son is being donated to the school bearing his name years after it was salvaged from demolition. Ross D. Franklin AP

Frank Lloyd Wright Phoenix home given to architecture school

June 12, 2017 09:12 AM

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