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John Lloyd Wright

 

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Gallery of Homes and Buildings Designed by John Lloyd Wright

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The Dunes Arcade Hotel was a 50 room hotel in Indiana Dunes State Park near Chesterton, Indiana and was designed by John Lloyd Wright in 1933. It was a big three story Art-Deco/Expressionist design hotel that looked more oriental, but was accommodating. This hotel is no longer in existence. (Photos courtesy of the Northwest Indiana Genealogical Society)

 

The Kingsbury Ordinance Plant Employment Office is perhaps the most endangered John Lloyd Wright building. The Indiana Landmarks Association is trying to sell the property to someone who will restore the building. Any takers?

 

Dune Acres Hotel
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The four photos above are of the Dunes Arcade Hotel. Only the Pavilion remains (lower right)

gonzales home mooney home

Gonzalez House (1952) by John Lloyd Wright at 122 24th Street, Del Mar, CA (prior to remodel) Photograph © 2000 Modern San Diego Photographic Services

Dr. Mooney Residence (1949), designed by John Lloyd Wright from the AIA Guide To San Diego Architecture (1976), 1820 Neale Street, Mission Hills/ Photo by Mike Denny

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Left: This is the side view of the Mooney House on 1820 Neale Street in Mission Hills, California.

Below: Commissioned work for 30 multi-story "cabin units" integrated into the Indiana Dunes. This project was never constructed.

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[ Early Years | Long Beach Practice | War Years | Later Career ]

[ School Design | His Toys | Gallery #1 | Gallery #2 | Gallery #3 ]