The Price Tower is Frank Lloyd Wight's tallest building -- at 19 floors -- constructed of copper and concrete. Besides designing this architectural and engineering achievement, Wright designed built-in furniture, free-standing furniture, fixtures, textiles, and decorative artwork.
The Price Tower Arts Center now occupies the lower two-stories, and the top three floors of the building have been restored to their original 1956 appearance, including replacement of furnishings and replication of original draperies and upholstery fabrics. Tours are conducted daily to these floors, or by special appointment.
Now, also, the Copper Bar + Restaurant has opened, and a 19-room hotel -- the Inn at Price Tower -- allows guests to fully experience Wright’s design.
The schedule of exhibitions, on now and upcoming