This elegant, yet simple and habitable work-of-art, is an embodiment of Mr. Wright's design principles of being open to nature and of making small spaces appear larger. Balanced on the edge of a wooded bluff overlooking picturesque Mirror Lake, the 1958 designed Seth Peterson Cottage was one of Wright's last commissions. The Seth Peterson Cottage was described by William Wesley Peters of Taliesin as having more architecture per square foot than any other building he knew.

Mr. Wright designed a tremendous amount of space in a limited area.  The bedroom is intimate and inviting. There is an additional double sleeping space that folds out of the corner bench seating. The efficient fully equipped kitchen accommodates preparations for everything from snack meals to full dinners. The central focus of the living space is a massive stone fireplace with expansive views of the surrounding forest and Mirror Lake.
Frank Llloyd Wright's Seth Peterson Cottage Floor Plan