Frank Lloyd Wright's 1934 masterpiece, the Malcolm Willey House is seen as a pivotal point in Wright's career and an important step in modern residential architecture development. As stated on the Willey House website:
"In the Malcolm Willey House, Wright moved beyond the pure functionalism of the Modernists to something more profound, to something more respectful of ones humanity. Its influence can be seen in the development of Wright's Usonian homes, and also the birth of the ranch house."
The website, designed by Design Guys of Minneapolis, is quite possibly the most stunning Frank Lloyd Wright site on the web. The home's history, construction and restoration are highlighted in an informative and sleek manner. I would invite all to take some time to virtually explore and learn about Wright's "Garden Wall."