In my search for playhouses last week, I came across this gorgeous school designed by none other than Frank Lloyd Wright. Much more than just a playhouse, this was built as a kindergarten facility in 1912. The 100-year old house lies in Chicago and window designs based on balloons and confetti, with the colored side of the glass facing inward. The pattern is said to be one of Wright's best. The windows are replicas of the originals, but you can still see the originals at various institutions and museums around the U.S. With back-to-school season in full swing, isn't it fun to imagine dropping your child off for school every day here? Hard to believe that something that fits so perfectly in today's modern world was built a century ago.