If you enjoyed the images of “La Casa,” the home overlooking the Pueblo Reservoir designed by Elizabeth Wright Ingraham, granddaughter of Frank Lloyd Wright, here’s another preview of “Solaz,” the home of artist Dawn Wilde. Coincidentally, both homes recently came on the market and “Solaz” is still without a buyer. Stay tuned for our longer feature on Wright Ingraham and her architectural legacy in the Pikes Peak Region.

 

One Response to Wright Ingraham Preview #2: Solaz

  1. Laurel McLeod says:

    Elizabeth Wright Ingraham is a cultural treasure in our community!

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