Inspired by Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Tattoos
Frank Lloyd Wright fans can be found all over the world, expressing their appreciation for the great architect’s work in a variety of ways.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 6, 2018
Arizona Freeway Gets Frank Lloyd Wright Upgrade
The Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway has its first splash of color, with a little inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wright.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Mar 6, 2018
Innovative Illustration: Charles Montooth Drawings
An exploration of the creative drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice Charles Montooth
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jan 26, 2018
Frank Lloyd Wright House for Sale (for Birds)
Have you ever wanted to own a Frank Lloyd Wright house? Well, now’s your chance (sort of).
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jan 18, 2018
Draw your own Elevation!
As part of the 150th birthday celebration, inspire your kids to dream big and think boldly, like Frank Lloyd Wright. Use this activity sheet to draw an elevation. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box!
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Dec 7, 2017
Designer Recreates Desert Masonry of Taliesin West with Candleholders
School of Architecture at Taliesin Immersion Student Rob Rainone discusses how being inspired by Taliesin West led to greater understanding of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work while recreating desert masonry on a smaller scale.
Rob Rainone | Nov 30, 2017
Dramatic Nighttime Photographs of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Desert Laboratory
Andrew Pielage’s photography shares the surreal beauty of Taliesin West’s striking structures against a dark desert backdrop.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 18, 2017
Frank Lloyd Wright’s San Francisco Gift Shop Meets Iconic Italian Design
Italian luxury brand ISAIA opened its first San Francisco boutique in Frank Lloyd Wright’s V.C. Morris Gift Shop (1948).
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 5, 2017
The Interactive Art of Taliesin West’s Desert
Behind Taliesin West, amongst the student desert shelters and Sonoran Desert life, former student of the School of Architecture at Taliesin’s Immersion Program, Kathleen Werner, created a movable, interactive art installation called the “Etazin Circle.” We asked Werner a bit about how Taliesin West’s environment led to this mesmerizing, innovative art piece.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Sep 26, 2017