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Usonian homes were originally designed by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930’s and were incorporated into the Mid-Century Modern architectural movement. They are designed to be environmentally friendly and incorporate naturally occurring landscape. They are typically single level and have low roofs. Usonian homes feature open living areas with indoor-outdoor living spaces and include natural interior elements.

usonian interior

“The Usonian home should allow for an abundance of natural light that helps to induce a feeling of openness and well-being. Creating very open living space conjoined to outdoor living areas lessens the idea of having either indoor or outdoor space but rather, the two become one. The courtyard/outdoor living area is the intricate, focal point of the design.” -Cliff Scott

usonian interior

Frank Lloyd Wright designed many types of buildings including museums, schools, churches, offices and residences. Wright cared about the community and environment. He created homes by integrating them with the outdoor surroundings. His homes featured low roofs, open floor plans, and nature inspired elements. A few of his famous buildings include: Falling Water, Taliesin, and the Guggenheim Museum.

Tour one of our Usonian-Inspired Homes:

Our Usonian-Inspired Homes:

new home by Arbor Builders


1623 NW 3rd St

Bend, Oregon 97701


Downtown Bend location and stunning Usonian design, inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright – attractive contemporary home featuring large eaves for natural summertime cooling and shade…. Read more →

2164 Sq Ft3 Bed2.5 Bath Model: Style: ,