Monday, April 6, 2020


by Charlotte Hutton, Architect

designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

I've been working remotely and sheltering-in-place with my family on the Central Coast of California. On Saturday it was sunny so I went with my family to pick up coffee from the window at Sally Loo's Cafe, close to the San Luis Obispo Train Station. From there we walked around the neighborhood, keeping a good 6' distance from the few people who were likewise enjoying the sunshine, and looked at all the stately Victorian homes and Craftsman bungalows that line the street in that neighborhood. 

Right before crossing San Luis Obispo Creek, which divides the residential neighborhood from the commercial downtown, we stumbled on the beautiful local gem of the Kundert Medical Clinic. Located at the corner of Santa Rosa Street and Pacific Street, the Kundert Medical Clinic was built in 1956 and designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. One of his last works, it is easily identified for its red brick exterior and patterned windows that appear to mimic the rolling hills of the area. I was able to snap a few pictures. Check them out!

designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

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