The Hollyhock House on Olive Hill was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright to be the home of oil heiress Aline Barnsdall, but she never actually lived in it. She was so discontented with how it turned out, that she fired Wright and started work on donating it to the City of LA before it was even finished. The house is located in Barnsdall Art Park in East Hollywood. It is open as a historic home museum.
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