Hollyhock House

Photos (c) Mark Hertzberg 2019

One of the highlights of the 2019 Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy annual conference in Los Angeles in October was the privilege of having an afternoon free to roam Hollyhock House and take photographs at will. Here is how I saw Aline Barnsdall’s dream house which she disliked and ultimately gave to the City of Los Angeles:

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(I saw on Facebook that my friend Steve Sikora was also taken with the trim in the living room ceiling):

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Thank you to Ginny (Virginia) Kazor and Jeffrey Herr for their stewardship of Hollyhock House on behalf of the City of Los Angeles, and thank you to the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy for this special evening on Olive Hill.

 

 

 

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