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Frank Lloyd Wright disciple’s first architectural commission asks $10.5M in California

The spiraling creation of award-winning Frank Lloyd Wright disciple Wallace E. Cunningham is seeking a new owner. Just north of San Diego, in the census-designated place of Rancho Santa Fe, a twisting, avant-garde helix of a house has hit the market for $10.5 million. Known as the Wing, the 5, ...

Wallace Cunningham-Designed Park City Home Lists for $29 Million

Timothy Boone/Windermere Real Estate/Luxury Portfolio International
(From: WSJ) Known as Cascade for the way the structure seems to spill down the mountainside, the glass, steel and concrete house was designed by the architect Wallace Cunningham. It sits on about 5.6 acres with views of the Park City mountains, according to Daimon Bushi of Windermere/Luxury Portfol ...

Above the Pacific

Architectural Digest France, Sophie Pinet, June 2016
If residences are portraits of their owners, as architectural designer Wallace E. Cunningham suggests, then a house situated on a bluff overlooking the Pacific—its roof appearing to rise effortlessly toward infinity—begins with art. One of the owners, the wife, is a potter, a shaper ...

SURFING THE SKYLINE

Pushing the Envelope of Site-Specific Design High Above San Diego
Interesting people build interesting houses," says architectural designer Wallace Cunningham, who, over the past 29 years, has designed a series of remarkably expressive houses that feature overlapping geometries, soaring pyramidal roofs and crescent-shaped courtyards that turn everyday living into ...

ATTUNED TO THE VIEW

The architect used white concrete, stainless steel, and glass to create the coastal property in La Jolla, California
This article originally appeared in the April 2008 issue of Architectural Digest. You could argue that Don Cooksey saved himself the cost of a Georgia O'Keeffe painting when he bought a property in La Jolla, California, facing a magnificently fissured bluff falling off to the Pacific below. "I'll ...