A new role for Frank Lloyd Wright home that survived Sandy

CaptionCloseThis Nov. 13, 2016 photo shows a wooden light fixture rising inside the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Bachman-Wilson House in Bentonville, Ark. The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art moved the home from Millstone, N.J., to Bentonville and opened...

A new role for Frank Lloyd Wright home that survived Sandy

CaptionCloseThis Nov. 13, 2016 photo shows a wooden light fixture rising inside the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Bachman-Wilson House in Bentonville, Ark. The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art moved the home from Millstone, N.J., to Bentonville and opened...

28 February 2017 Tuesday 20:14
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A new role for Frank Lloyd Wright home that survived Sandy

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This Nov. 13, 2016 photo shows a wooden light fixture rising inside the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Bachman-Wilson House in Bentonville, Ark. The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art moved the home from Millstone, N.J., to Bentonville and opened it to the public in 2015. (AP Photo/Kelly P. Kissel)

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