Living with Nature: Solar Power
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 how we’re harnessing the power of the sun to greatly reduce our energy consumption.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 22, 2019
A Springtime Celebration: Easter at Taliesin West
Each year, the Wrights and the Taliesin Fellowship would host a colorful, lively Easter celebration on the grounds of Taliesin West. Guests traveled to enjoy this annual tradition full of music, food, and fun that helped mark the end of spring.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 21, 2019
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Frank Henderson House for Sale
This Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Prairie style home is currently on the market for $999,999.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 18, 2019
Dwell: Shop 10 Brand-New Products From the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Dwell highlights some of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s latest initiatives in licensing, by sharing 10 great new products that are available for purchase now.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 17, 2019
KJZZ: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Building Up Architect’s Connection To The Community
In a recent interview with KJZZ, Stuart Graff, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation President and CEO, discussed the Foundation’s latest initiatives as well as Frank Lloyd Wright’s relevance and how his principles are resonating with new generations.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 16, 2019
“I believe a house is more a home by being a work of Art.”
— Frank Lloyd Wright
Architecture Student Builds Rammed Earth Shelter at Taliesin West
When Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fellowship at Taliesin and Taliesin West was first developed, architecture students learned by doing, when they created their own desert shelters to live in. Today, this tradition lives on through School of Architecture at Taliesin students. Conor Denison recently completed his shelter, which incorporates the ancient sustainable building method of rammed earth. Here he dissects the process of creating and building the shelter from start to finish, and what he learned along the way.
Conor Denison | Apr 12, 2019
Did you know there’s a library at Taliesin West?
Since it was first established in 1983, the William Wesley Peters Library at Taliesin West has grown into one of the most extensive collections of architecture and Frank Lloyd Wright-related books, holding more than 38,500 catalogued books.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 10, 2019
Taliesin West Through the Eyes of the Graphic Design Fellow
For nearly a decade, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has invited a graphic designer to work full time on the Marketing and Communication team. The graphic design fellow is responsible for the visual identity of the Foundation, including designing the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine. 2018-2019 graphic design fellow, Meagan Vanderhill, is sharing some of her favorite details she’s noticed at Taliesin West.
Meagan Vanderhill | Apr 5, 2019
Robie House Reopens After Interior Restoration
In an effort to restore Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House interiors to their original vision, the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust has worked extensively on repairing and replacing various elements in the home. Now that the restoration project is complete, the Robie House has reopened and is offering new tours and programming.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 3, 2019