The Atom Brick x Frank Lloyd Wright: Q&A with Founder Adam Reed Tucker
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has recently collaborated with The Atom Brick, a company that seeks to inspire today’s builders to create the world around them using interconnecting bricks. In their first launch, they created three of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most well-known buildings.
To learn more about what went into creating these building kits, we spoke with Adam Reed Tucker, founder and design-visionary at The Atom Brick.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Dec 12, 2019
UPDATE: Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Usonian Automatic House Entrusted to the Currier Museum of Art
The funds to purchase this 1,406 square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom Usonian Automatic-style home in New Hampshire were donated to the Currier Museum of Art by an anonymous donor.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Dec 11, 2019
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Welcomes Diana Smith and David Gross to Board of Trustees
At a recent meeting, two new board members, Diana M. Smith and David E. Gross, joined the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Board of Trustees.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Dec 5, 2019
How to Create a Facebook Fundraiser for the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation actively runs fundraising campaigns to encourage support of our work to preserve Taliesin and Taliesin West for future generations, and inspire society through Frank Lloyd Wright’s ideas, architecture, and design. But, the most effective fundraising asks come from individuals who support us asking their friends and family to join them in their support.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Nov 27, 2019
Living with Nature: Choosing Local
As the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation embraces more sustainable, innovative practices in our preservation work and beyond, we’re sharing some of these methods, and providing some tips on how you can incorporate these practices into your own home and life. Here, we discuss the benefits of choosing and shopping local.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Nov 26, 2019
“I believe a house is more a home by being a work of Art.”
— Frank Lloyd Wright
Your UNESCO World Heritage Selfies in Print
Tag us in your selfies at one of the Frank Lloyd Wright sites recently inscribed to the UNESCO World Heritage list and you may be featured in the next issue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Nov 22, 2019
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Death Valley Desert Compound
In the early 1920s, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned to further develop an existing desert compound located near Death Valley, California. Wright’s unique design, to be built into the surrounding hills, incorporates sweeping canyon views, spring-fed fountains, and a concrete block system.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Nov 21, 2019
The Form and Function of Science Fiction
Science fiction and architecture are both practices that imagine—and critique—new worlds. Frank Lloyd Wright’s work was both a critique of the way we build and a projection about how our built world could change. Wright wasn’t just designing a new built environment, his work was always also addressing the political and economic architecture of future societies. Some particular examples of the way in which his projects have been used in science fiction show the complicated relationship between his social and spatial imaginations.
Fred Scharmen | Nov 15, 2019
Fox 10: Taking a Look at Taliesin West and its Unique Spot in Architectural History
In their Drone Zone segment, Fox 10 featured Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home in Scottsdale, Arizona. Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Vice President of Communication & Partnerships Jeff Goodman explains the architectural significance of the desert camp.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Nov 14, 2019