Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma & Monument Valley, Enid, Oklahoma http://www.pinterest.com/pin/278660295668749349/

Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma - March 2010 - anniversary surprise from my hubby we stayed in the BIG SUITE at the top :)

Woolaroc Museum entrance - this entrance is a mosaic with tiles less than an inch square. A lot of skill went into making this. Woolaroc stands for woods, lakes, rocks.

Woolaroc Museum entrance in Tulsa, Oklahoma includes a huge mosaic consisting of tiles less than an inch square. This place has a top notch collection of western art and Native American artifacts.

Price Office Tower interior by Frank Lloyd Wright

The Price Company Tower is constructed of reinforced concrete with cantilevered floors, copper louvers, and gold-tinted glass exterior.

Cool Sunken Living Room Ideas for Your Dreamed House!

11 Unique & Cool Sunken Living Room Ideas for Your Dreamed House!

A sunken living room is a cozy space in a home that is designed with open floor concept. It's an amazing area as it gives you a separate space.

The "New American Village": Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower, Bartlesville, Oklahoma - Typical Floor Plan

The "New American Village": Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower, Bartlesville, Oklahoma - Typical Floor Plan Mais

The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Price Tower rises into the blue sky over Bartlesville Oklahoma.  See more #photos at 75central.com

The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Price Tower rises into the blue sky over Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Harold Price Jr. Residence. Bartlesville, Oklahoma 1953. Frank Lloyd Wright. Usonian Style. (William Wesley Peters added a playroom to the original structure)

(William Wesley Peters added a playroom to the original structure)

Harold Price Jr. Residence. Bartlesville, Oklahoma 1953. Frank Lloyd Wright. Usonian Style. (William Wesley Peters added a playroom to the original structure)

(William Wesley Peters added a playroom to the original structure)

Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, 1956. At 19-stories high, it’s Frank Lloyd Wright’s only “skyscraper”.

Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, At high, it’s Frank Lloyd Wright’s only “skyscraper”.

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