Male, born 1929-11-09

Associated with the firms network

Taliesin Fellowship; Wright, Eric Lloyd, Architect; Wright, Eric Lloyd, Architects and Planners; Wright, Lloyd, Architect

Professional History


Apprentice, Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect, Taliesin, WI and Taliesin West, AZ, 1948-1956; for Frank Lloyd Wright, Eric Lloyd Wright served as a draftsman and construction supervisor for the Della Walker House, Carmel, CA, 1948; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, 1959; Tonkens House, Cincinnati, OH, 1954; Monona Terrace, Madison, WI, c. 1954; Apprentice/Assistant, Lloyd Wright, Architect, Los Angeles, CA, 1956-1978; for his father, Eric Lloyd Wright "Created original designs, working drawings, specification writing, structural and mechanical engineering for buildings. Managed the office and supervised construction on many residences...." (See Eric Lloyd Wright, "Eric Lloyd Wright -Chronology of Experience,"Accessed 12/08/2010.) Among the non-residential projects on which Eric Lloyd worked with his father were: The Wayfarer’s Chapel Palos Verdes, CA, 1951; 1st Christian Church of Thousand Oaks, Thousand Oaks, Los Angeles, CA; The Good Shepherd Church, Des Plaines, IL; Institute of Mental Physics, Yucca Valley, CA; Associate, Lloyd Wright, Architect, Los Angeles, CA, 1967-1978; as an Associate with his father, he worked on: Student and Faculty Housing Project, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA; Solar Farms Project, Farming and Education, Apple Valley, CA; Principal, Eric Lloyd Wright Architects and Planners, Malibu, CA, 1978-present;

Professional Activities

Registered Architect in the State of California, 1967-present; CA Advisory Board Member, Center for Childhood, Los Angeles, CA; Honorary Board Member, Frank Lloyd Wright Conservancy; Taliesin Board of Directors, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation; Honorary Board Member, Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio; Member, Board of Directors,Taliesin Fellows, Nation-wide Alumni Group; Member, Board of Directors, Taliesin Preservation Council;

Professional Awards

First Place Restoration Award, American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC), Storer House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright; Best Office Design for the Ojai Humane Society Building, Ojai, CA, Ojai Planning Commission; Outstanding Office Design, Thatcher Office Building, Glendale Chamber of Commerce, Glendale, CA.


High School/College

Eric Lloyd Wright went to public schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District. While working as an architectural draftsman in the Los Angeles, he took structural and mechanical engineering coursework at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Westwood, Los Angeles, CA;



His father was the architect, Lloyd Wright (1890-1978), eldest son of the WI-born architect, Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959). His mother was the actress, Helen Taggart Pole.

Associated Locations

  • Los Angeles, CA (Architect's Birth)
    Los Angeles, CA

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