Via Women's Wear Daily

Frank Lloyd Wright designed the David and Gladys Wright House in Phoenix in 1950. Sarah Levi, Wright's great-great-granddaughter, is the house's first scholar-in-residence as well as a board member of the David and Gladys Wright House Foundation. The foundation seeks to landmark the house and turn it into a museum by 2018, which is a goal that some neighborhood residents are against. “It’s one of the most controversial zoning cases the city has seen in a while,” Levi tells Women's Wear Daily. Levi lives in the house, assists with community outreach, and hosts tours. She also plans on restoring parts of the house, including the central courtyard’s plunge pool where she learned to swim. Read the complete article at Women's Wear Daily.

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