Millard House, Pasadena, CA, USA
Millard House was constructed by Frank Lloyd Wright between 1923-24. Wright was recognised as ‘the greatest American architect of all time’ by American Institute of Architects. The house, also known as ‘La Miniatura’ was listed on the National Register of Historic Places worth of preservation. The available space of the installation is almost 400 sq. m. The uniqueness of it all was to design the place so that the existing eucalyptus trees would surround the house. The building blocks were made with sand, gravel, and minerals, and unlike the matte texture on the outside, they have a rather smoother finishing inside, which is known to have a wooden lining as well. After a full restoration the house is available for sale.