Bernard Schwartz House

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Bernard Schwartz House
Bernard Schwartz House is located in Wisconsin
Bernard Schwartz House
General information
Architectural styleUsonian
LocationTwo Rivers, Wisconsin
Coordinates44°10′0.04″N 87°34′34.63″W / 44.1666778°N 87.5762861°W / 44.1666778; -87.5762861Coordinates: 44°10′0.04″N 87°34′34.63″W / 44.1666778°N 87.5762861°W / 44.1666778; -87.5762861
Construction started1939
Technical details
Floor area3,000 sq ft (280 m2)
Design and construction
ArchitectFrank Lloyd Wright

Bernard Schwartz House

The Bernard (and Fern) Schwartz House, also known as Still Bend, is a 3,000 sq foot Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. It is considered to be Wright's Life magazine "Dream House," and is a rare example of a two-story Usonian house. Wright originally developed the design for the house for Life in 1938.[1][2] The Schwartz House is one of the few Wright homes that allow guests to spend the night. This property is believed to have the oldest, continuously operating in-floor heating system in the country.[3]



  1. ^ Nute, Kevin (2000). The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0-226-77623-9.
  2. ^ Storrer, William Allin (2002). Lloyd Wright and Japan. Routledge. ISBN 0-415-23269-4.
  3. ^ Bergin, Mary "Stay overnight in a Frank Lloyd Wright house" Archived July 15, 2011, at the Wayback Machine, Roads Traveled, November 12, 2005, accessed January 7, 2011.

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