Frank Lloyd Wright House Featured on Netflix Series
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 20, 2021
Season 2 of “The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals” tours Still Bend, also known as the Bernard and Fern Schwartz House, as one of the world’s most amazing vacation rentals.
Experience a virtual tour of the home architect Frank Lloyd Wright described as “a little private club” with “special privacies, ultra-conveniences and style all the while”. Still Bend or the Bernard and Fern Schwartz House appears on season 2, episode 1 of the Netflix Series, “The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals,” which premiered in September.
“We’re thrilled to share Still Bend with people who may not understand they can enjoy a Wright-designed home the way the architect intended,” said co-owner Michael Ditmer. “Whether they’re here for a few days or two weeks, they’ll experience Wright’s genius in a way the typical tour cannot provide.”
“Wright’s brilliance can only be fully experienced by living in one of his creations. There is something magical, almost spiritual, about being in a Wright-designed space that leaves one transformed,” Ditmer continued.
Still Bend, the Bernard & Fern Schwartz House is the built version of a home that architect Frank Lloyd Wright-designed for a September 1938 edition of “Life” magazine. The four-bedroom home with two full baths and two half-baths is in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, on the banks of the East Twin River.
Still Bend epitomizes Wright’s midcentury Usonian design principles and his vision of architect-designed homes that would be affordable to America’s emergent middle class. It has been available for vacation rentals since 2004.