If you love geometry, you're gonna love a look inside a St. Louis home designed by world-famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It has shapes and angles...everywhere.

This House on YouTube recently toured this supremely-unique St. Louis home in Ebsworth Park. Here's how they described it:

The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park (Kraus House) is a cohesive work of Usonian architecture contextualized by the landscape. It was designed for Russell Kraus and his wife, Ruth Kraus on over 10 acres boasting a native Persimmon Grove.

I hope you like angles and shapes because they are everywhere in this home.

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The St. Louis Kraus House Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

The sweet thing about this St. Louis home is you can visit and tour it yourself. The official website allows you to book a tour so you can walk the angled halls and admire Frank Lloyd Wright's design vision. I checked their calendar and it appears there are slots available.

There is a reason why Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the world's most recognized architects during his life which unfortunately ended over a half century ago. It's easy to understand why this home is on the National Register of Historic Places. It's a home and a design unlike any other that you can easily day trip to and enjoy.

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