The Bachman-Wilson house was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1954 in Somerset County, NJ. A marvel of architecture and design, the house was was acquired by Crystal Bridges Museum late in 2013, and is in the process of being dismantled and relocated to the museum grounds in Bentonville, AR.
Gorkin Glass was hired to help in the deconstruction and relocation of this historic home. The process was a tedious task that required a company with the depth of knowledge and craftsmanship to dismantle the glass portions of the home. Gorkin Glass was chosen out of hundreds of glass companies in the state of New Jersey based upon their expertise and history of quality for nearly one hundred years.
You can view the home as it initially stood here.
Watch the video of Gorkin Glass Company as they deconstruct the glass sections with extreme care and precision.