Design Icon – Project
Wrigley Mansion - Wendy Black Rogers
Constructed in 1928 by chewing gum magnate William Wrigley Jr., the Wrigley Mansion was a 50th-anniversary gift to his wife, Ada, designed as a winter home. Sitting at the top of a hill, the Mansion commands the most dramatic views in Phoenix, showcasing the mountains and the city below. Its architecture includes curated elements of Spanish, California Monterey and Mediterranean styles. Original tiles still grace the Mansion, having been shipped from the Wrigley family’s tile factory on Catalina Island and carted up the hill by donkey.