Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House is a non-profit organization with a primary mission to preserve, interpret, and promote Martin House.
A National Historic Landmark and a premier New York State Historic Site, Martin House is operated under a cooperative agreement with the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation and the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Today, the fully-restored Martin House stands as a compelling symbol of civic identity and cultural pride.
To preserve, interpret, promote, and sustain an integrated composition of world-class architecture, design, and landscape.
To be a dynamic and celebrated masterpiece of innovative architecture inspiring and attracting visitors with the power of design in harmony with nature.
Special thanks to the following partners who generously donated their time and talent to creating many of the assets for the website:
- Danny Bush of Danny Bush Visuals for producing the beautiful video featured on the homepage
- Matthew Digati of Buffalo Homes for capturing many of the compelling photographs of the estate viewed throughout the website
- Peter Schiffmacher, Founder of iTours 360 VR, for producing the virtual reality 3D tour