SC Johnson announced the opening of a new Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit of his architecture and furniture. Organized with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona, it covers most of Wisconsin’s “Frank Lloyd Wright Trail” of buildings and includes 26 miniature scale models of his best work.

The new exhibit, On the Wright Trail, is located at SC Johnson’s Fortaleza Hall at its corporate headquarters in Racine. Third-generation SC Johnson leader H.F. Johnson Jr. commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright in 1936 to build the new corporate headquarters, which started a long relationship between the two. Wright designed several buildings and a home for Johnson Jr. which can be toured for free by the public on select days.

Lloyd Wright, left, and Johnson Jr. Image: SC Johnson

The new exhibition is part of the company’s campus tour available Thursdays through Sundays. The one-and-a-half hour tour covers:

Foster + Partners-designed Fortaleza Hall, where the new exhibit is located

Fortaleza Hall. Image: SC Johnson

The SC Johnson Administration Building

Famed lily-pad canopy at the headquarters. Image: SC Johnson

The pedestrian bridge that connects sections of the Administration Building. Image: SC Johnson

Lily Pad Gift Shop

The lily-pad design repeats in the exterior of the Administrative Building. Image: SC Johnson

Research Tower

Frank Lloyd Wright designed 15-story Research Tower. Image: SC Johnson

H.F. Johnson Jr. 1940s Office (weekend-only tours)

Penthouse office of SC Johnson’s third-generation leader, H.F. Johnson Jr. in original, mint condition. Image: SC Johnson

You can also book a free visit to Wingspread, the famous Prairie-style home Frank Lloyd Wright designed for H.F. Johnson Jr. It’s located 5 miles away from the headquarters and is Lloyd Wright’s last and largest (14,000 square feet) Prairie-style house.

Wingspread birds-eye view. Image: Chicago Reader

Five-fireplace living room at Wingspread, designed in 1938 by Frank Lloyd Wright for the H.F. Johnson Jr. family. Image: Mark Hertzberg

For more information or to book a tour online, visit SC Johnson’s website.