Frank Lloyd Wright’s Westcott House Springfield, Ohio (greater Dayton area)
The house, built in 1908, is the only example of Wright’s prairie-style architecture in Ohio. The unique house extended Wright’s concept of relating the building to its site by means of a terrace, a pool, gardens, and other landscape elements. The house was an undiscovered relic of Wright, a lost Wright artifact. But through a recent 5.8 million dollars restoration, it’s an important rediscovery, a notable, newly-unearthed and revitalized example of Wright’s legacy.