PHOENIX -- Local photographer Andrew Pielage got the opportunity to photograph inside the historic Frank Lloyd Wright house facing demolition.
Wright built the home for his family in 1952 at the base of Camelback Mountain.
The family eventually sold the home, and it was acquired by a developer in June.
That developer has plans to tear it down and split the property.
But he agreed to put the demolition on hold for a month while the City of Phoenix looks for a buyer to keep the home intact.