You're invited to a virtual benefit for the Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park. The event features a special look at One Hundred Above the Park - located in St. Louis' Central West End. Lead Architect Juliane Wolf of Studio Gang will share insight into the design and construction of the recently completed design. Virtual event attendees are also invited to an architectural tour of One Hundred in-person this summer. Event ticket includes a commemorative gift box and party kit to help celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright's "154th" birthday. The event also includes an an online auction of fun, Wright-inspired and mid-century modern art, books, tours, and more. Auction registration is free at www.32auctions.com/flwhep2021 Preserving What’s Wright supports the preservation of the Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park. Located at 120 N. Ballas Road in Kirkwood, the unique home was designed in 1951 by Frank Lloyd Wright for Russell and Ruth Kraus. Since 2001, the house has been open for public tours and community programs that continue Wright’s legacy and inspire passion for architecture and design. After being closed due to Covid, the FLWHEP looks forward to reopening for tours this summer.