Increasingly threatened by flooding, the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Bachman Wilson House, was painstakingly dismantled so that it could be moved to its new home halfway across the country.
Deconstruction of the 1954 home took place during the winter of 2014. It opened to the public in November, 2015, as part of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, AR.
Filmed and Edited by Jon Roemer.
Footage courtesy of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
Music: Frank Lloyd Wright by See More Perspective, seemoreperspective.com. Used with permission.
Blog post: blog.jonroemer.com/2016/03/deconstructing-wright/
My other film documenting the house just prior to its deconstruction: vimeo.com/94071426.