Wright in Wisconsin was created with the assistance of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Its mission is to promote, protect and preserve the heritage of Frank Lloyd Wright, his vision and his architecture, as well as the work of his apprentices, Taliesin Associated Architects and like-minded architects in his native state of Wisconsin. We fulfill this mission through:

The Wright and Like tour provides the public with a rare opportunity to tour private homes along with public buildings designed by Wright and related architects. In the past, our Wright and Like tour was held in Milwaukee, Racine, Madison, Delavan Lake, Wausau, Spring Green and central Wisconsin.


Floor plan of SC Johnson Administration Building on homepage:
Copyright © 2017 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona. All rights reserved.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives
(The Museum of Modern Art | Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York)

Photographs on this website are used with permission . No photograph may be reproduced in whole, in part or in any manner without the permission of the copyright holder.

Photographers and/or copyright holders include:

  • John Engstead
  • Farrell Grehan
  • Pedro E. Guerrero
  • George Hall
  • Brian R. Hannan
  • Mark Hertzberg
  • Kit Hogan
  • Michael P. Lilek
  • Bill Martinelli
  • Minerva Montooth
  • Andrew Pielage
  • Michael Pipher
  • Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center
  • Pella Windows Inc.
  • The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation  


This website is maintained by:

Wright in Wisconsin  
P.O. Box 6339
Madison, Wisconsin USA 53716-0339

Telephone (608) 287-0339