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SC Johnson’s global headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin, includes the spectacular Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Administration Building and Research Tower, as well as the award-winning Fortaleza Hall, designed by Foster + Partners.
Designed in 1936, the remarkable SC Johnson Administration Building was
the first that Frank Lloyd Wright designed for SC Johnson. Its companion
Research Tower, which opened in 1950, stands 153 feet tall.
Designed by world-renowned firm Foster + Partners, Fortaleza Hall
includes an 888-square-foot vertical garden and, soaring at its center,
the replica Sikorsky aircraft flown by Sam Johnson and his sons to
Fortaleza, Brazil, in 1998.
The SC Johnson Gallery: At Home with Frank Lloyd Wright explores Wright’s influence on families and the home. The current exhibit, Usonia: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Vision Of The American Home, opened in May.
One of the largest collections in the country focused on Wright’s unique
contributions to a single community, the Research Library contains
hundreds of items including drawings, photos, letters and more.
Originally built as the SC Johnson Pavilion at the New York World’s Fair
in 1964-65, The Golden Rondelle now resides on the SC Johnson campus
and gives home to SC Johnson's renowned films.
Ready to come for a visit? Tours are free and open to the public. We look forward to welcoming you soon!
The SC Johnson Gallery: At Home with Frank Lloyd Wright showcases rarely-seen Frank Lloyd Wright designs and artifacts. And, it’s free to visit!
More than 500 hours were spent on conservation of the artifacts for The SC Johnson Gallery: At Home With Frank Lloyd Wright exhibits.
The Administration Building includes more than 43 miles of Pyrex tubing. Find out more about the Frank Lloyd Wright buildings at SC Johnson.