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The Gordon House is one of the projects of the famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. It was the last of the series made for the working class population, based on a modern home design commissioned by the magazine Life in 1938.

The Gordon House was built for Conrad and Evelyn Gordon. It was completed in 1963 in Wilsonville, Oregon. It was threatened to be demolished in 2001, but the Frank Lloyd Wright Conservancy worked to acquire the property. They dismantled and moved the house from its original location to the Oregon Garden.

Today, the house is open for public tours. It is also available for bookings for small catered gatherings. IT was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
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