Elizabeth Ingraham, granddaugther of Frank Lloyd Wright, built this house in Colorado Springs, one of 150 designed in the city before her death in 2013.
Elizabeth Ingraham, granddaugther of Frank Lloyd Wright, built this house in Colorado Springs, one of 150 designed in the city before her death in 2013.

Here’s one of the standard Colorado Springs narratives: Once upon a time there was a beautiful, cultured city of 34,000 nestled beneath Pikes Peak. But sometime in the 1950s, hordes of short-fingered vulgarians descended upon the city, transforming it into a wilderness of tract houses, beige subdivisions and cookie-cutter shopping centers. There’s some truth in […]

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