The Gordon House is the only building in Oregon designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and an example of his Usonian designs. Knowledgeable docents conduct tours of the interior. Learn Wright’s organic architecture theories and practices through this living example. Get to know the Oregon farm family that commissioned Mr. Wright to design their mid-century built home. Discover how the house was set to be demolished in 2000, then rescued, dismantled, moved, and reconstructed in Historic Silverton at The Oregon Garden. Access to the exterior and path around the House is free. The House can also be rented for special events.