A Powerful Brand: Marion Mahony’s Original Form of Graphic Representation
Jennifer Gray examines the importance and contributions of Marion Mahony, the artist responsible for creating Frank Lloyd Wright’s signature style of representation in the early years of his career.
Jennifer Gray | Feb 14, 2022
Building Broadacre: Jennifer Gray in Conversation with David Romero
Jennifer Gray speaks with designer David Romero about his research and process when creating a virtual model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s ambitious Broadacre City concept.
Jennifer Gray | Jan 12, 2022
Teaching Gardens: The Sociology of Plants
During Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fellowship, he emphasized the idea of learning by doing, especially when it came to experiences and direct connections to the natural world. He wanted his students to be well-rounded individuals, who had an understanding and connection to nature and the environment. Here Jennifer Gray delves into how Wright’s students learned from nature.
Jennifer Gray | Mar 20, 2019
On April 15, 1935, in the heart of Rockefeller Center in New York, Frank Lloyd Wright mounted an exhibition featuring a radical project called Broadacre City, in which he proposed to resettle the entire population of the United States onto individual homesteads. A veritable Trojan horse that challenged the very urbanity of the space where it was exhibited, Broadacre City advanced an idea of decentralization whereby communities would be based on small-scale farming and manufacturing, local government, and property ownership.
Jennifer Gray | Oct 1, 2018