There’s a Frank Lloyd Wright house in Santa Fe, sort of. While it’s from a Wright plan, as it was build after his death, it gets the designation “based on a design by Frank Lloyd Wright.” The Pottery House was built from plans that Frank Lloyd Wright created for a pueblo style house commissioned by an El Paso, Texas couple in 1941. That house didn’t get built. It wasn’t until 1984 that the plans were purchased posthumously from the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. (Wright died in 1959 at the age of 91.) Unique, in that it uses the construction and materials one would expect in New Mexico, this house has many of the familiar Wright touches, such as built-ins throughout. One of the special features is that the swimming pool can be accessed from the master bathroom. This house could be yours; it’s currently on the market. This window frames a view of the Sangre de Christo Mountains through the wall that encloses the swimming pool. This shape is a theme that is repeated throughout the house.