“Nature is your book of reference, and in it you study and learn.” – Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright had a deep reverence for nature. When designing a structure, he always used nature as his guide, and was sure to take the natural environment into consideration. In his work, Wright often experimented with the newest technologies and practices. In that same spirit of innovation and appreciation of the environment, we’re launching Living with Nature: Sustainable Practices from the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
Starting Earth Day 2019, this year-long initiative will focus on sharing sustainable practices and how they play an important part in conservation for National Historic Landmark sites, like Taliesin West in Arizona and Taliesin in Wisconsin. Along the way we’ll be sharing helpful tips on how you can incorporate these practices into your own life, to help you live a more green life.
We encourage you to follow along as we share monthly blog posts, as well as videos on thoughtful ways – both big and small – to build and live better and more sustainably.
Each month we’ll be delving into a different topic. You can see our first month, where Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Vice President of Preservation Fred Prozzillo discusses solar power and solar energy on our blog here.