Look Inside St. George Home Inspired by Famous Architect
This house on Foremaster in St. George has incredible views and was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture. It is price at $2,225,000 with 6 bedrooms and 8 bath and 4,146 square feet.
Frank Lloyd Wright was a pioneering American architect whose influence remains profound. Renowned for his innovative and organic approach to design, Wright coined the term "organic architecture" to describe his philosophy of creating structures that harmonize with their natural surroundings.
You can see this in the views of Southern Utah that are integrated into the home. Melodee Finlinson who is in real estate, described some of the home's features. “You come in the front room and there’s these big windows where you can see all the way to Zion.”
Zion in the distance.
Sometimes you see a big home, but they don’t know how to fit the furniture in and it leaves a lot of big empty spaces. Wright tried to fit the architecture and furnishing into the home whether it was big or small.
The space is used well. Finlinson describes a hidden bathroom in the home. “You come around the corner and there is a mirror with a shelf and a vase. There’s a little slot and when you pull it open, you discover a little half bath.”
This is what the half bath looks like closed.
And this is open to the bathroom. A nice way to use the space.
For added room to store things, part of this room opens up. “Downstairs there’s a bookshelf that you can push and it opens it to a storage room,” said Finlinson.
You can see how well-thought out everything in the house is. Here are some more pictures of the place.
Kitchen with those Frank Lloyd Wright looking cabinets.
Bedroom with windows inspired by the architect.
Deck brings Southern Utah in.
This is a beautiful home with amazing views. You can see how well a home can look when the use of the space is well thought out.
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