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Frank Lloyd Wrights -Ennis House
(Los Angeles, CA)

The Ennis House has inherent historical, cultural and architectural significance because of its important place in Frank Lloyd Wright’s legacy. As only one of four concrete block residential projects the esteemed architect designed, this cultural gem’s significance cannot be overstated.

Located in Los Angeles, the 1924 Ennis House is one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s first residences constructed of his signature concrete ‘textile block’. This magnificent example of Wright’s genius has been studied by architects, architectural historians, artists and preservationists from around the world.


  • Window and Door Restoration
  • Exterior Cleaning
  • Lead, Mold and Asbestos Remediation
  • Conservation of Textile Blocks
  • Painting
  • Interior Block Wall repair
  • Finish Carpentry
  • Caulking/Sealants
  • Stain/Varnish
  • Deck Coatings
  • Ornamental Iron Work
  • Hardware Restoration
  • Cabinetry and Millwork
  • Travertine Panels

Design Team

Owner: Los Angeles Conservancy
Original Architect: Lloyd Wright
Historic Consultant: Historic Resources Group
Historic Consultant: John Fidler Preservation Technology
Structural Engineer: Melvyn Green and Associates, Inc.

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