Eric Lloyd Wright

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Eric Lloyd Wright is an American architect and the grandson of the famed Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright was born in Los Angeles on November 9, 1929 to Helen Taggart and Lloyd Wright (Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.), a landscape architect and architect who was the eldest son of Frank Lloyd Wright Sr. Educated at the University of California, Los Angeles, Eric worked in his grandfather's (1948-1956) and father's (1956-1978) firm as an apprentice before establishing his own firm, Eric Lloyd Wright Architects and Planners, in 1978.

Most of Wright's work is in the United States, but in 1995 he worked on housing in Japan, and in 1993 he helped established Chi-Am Group Incorporated and Chi-Am Consortium, two Chinese-American architectural firms.

Restoring Frank Lloyd Wright buildings[edit]

Wright is responsible for a number of restoration projects to his grandfather's buildings:

Other projects[edit]

Other projects by Wright include:

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