Conference Attracts Architecture Fans to West Michigan

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich- Hundreds of architecture fans came to Grand Rapids for the Frank Lloyd Wright Conference.

It’s been happening since the ’80s. This year’s event included tours of nine Wright homes in St. Joseph, Kalamazoo and Galesburg, as well as the Meyer May House. That one was built in 1909 in the Heritage Hill neighborhood of Grand Rapids.

If you didn’t have a chance to check it out during the conference, free tours of the Meyer May house are available each week.

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