Reconstruction of the Frank Lloyd Wright Bachman-Wilson House is nearing completion at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville.
Reconstruction of the Frank Lloyd Wright Bachman-Wilson House is in its final stages, and it will open to the public on the grounds of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville on Nov. 11, the museum announced on Wednesday.
The scheduled opening date is on the fourth anniversary of the opening of Crystal Bridges.
Built in 1954 along the Millstone River in New Jersey, the home was threatened by repeated flooding at its original location, when Crystal Bridges acquired it in 2013.
The house was disassembled and transported to Bentonville in 2014, where it was reconstructed.
Architect Ron Shelby, CEO of Hight-Jackson Associates PA of Rogers, and master builder Bill Faber, owner of Bill Faber Construction of Bentonville, handled the reconstruction.
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