Frank Lloyd Wright’s Laurent House and Pettit Memorial Chapel

THE LAURENT HOUSE (Rockford, IL): This is the only house Wright designed for a person with a disability. The owner, Kenneth Laurent, was a paraplegic. The house was occupied by its original owner from 1952-2012. It opened to the public in 2014 – this is only its second summer open for tours.

PETTIT MEMORIAL CHAPEL (Belvidere, IL): Only one of two structures built by Wright for a cemetery setting, this was constructed in 1907 to honor the memory of Dr. William H. Pettit, who died in 1899.