Bernard Schwartz House

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Coordinates: 44°10′0.04″N 87°34′34.63″W / 44.1666778°N 87.5762861°W / 44.1666778; -87.5762861

Bernard Schwartz House

The Bernard (and Fern) Schwartz House, also known as Still Bend, is a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. It is considered to be Wright's Life magazine "Dream House". Wright originally developed the design for the house for Life in 1938,[1][2] the Schwartz House is one of the few Wright homes that allow guests to spend the night. This property is believed to have the oldest, continuously operating in-floor heating system in the country.[3]



  1. ^ Nute, Kevin (2000). The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0-226-77623-9.
  2. ^ Storrer, William Allin (2002). Lloyd Wright and Japan. Routledge. ISBN 0-415-23269-4.
  3. ^ Bergin, Mary "Stay overnight in a Frank Lloyd Wright house" Archived July 15, 2011, at the Wayback Machine., Roads Traveled, November 12, 2005, accessed January 7, 2011.

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