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Martin House is Given Rare Carriage House Window

The Martin House Restoration Corporation (MHRC) announces that it has been given a rare art glass window, originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Carriage House of the Darwin D. Martin House Complex. The Carriage House, once encompassing the garage/stable, chauffeur’s apartment and hayloft, was demolished in 1962, along…
Martin House
July 8, 2011
Restoration

Hunting for Windows in a House by Frank Lloyd Wright

This article originally appeared in The New York Times on July 7, 2011. Darwin D. Martin, a soap-factory executive in Buffalo, was a serial client of Frank Lloyd Wright. Between 1903 and 1928, the charismatic architect designed a half-dozen buildings for Martin’s family, including a carriage house and a mausoleum. Wright…
Martin House
July 7, 2011
Restoration

Martin House Acquires Rare Art Glass Skylight Panel

The Martin House Restoration Corporation (MHRC) announces that it has acquired a section of an art glass skylight, originally from the Bursar’s office of the Darwin D. Martin House. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, this panel—one of three that comprise the Bursar’s office skylight array—represents the first example of art…
Martin House
November 24, 2010