The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is a mission-driven, fiscally-prudent, financially-stable 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization – with a commitment to public transparency.  89% of the organization's budget goes to our programs to serve the public and to the preservation of the two National Historic Landmarks, Taliesin and Taliesin West – with only 11% going toward overhead, general & administrative expenses, and fundraising costs. On this page, we are pleased to offer you copies of:


Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
New York City, 1943-59
Wright received the commision for the Guggenheim Museum in 1943, but it took 16 years, 6 separate sets of plans, and 855 drawings before the building was completed. The Museum opened in October 1959, six months after Wright's death.