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#WrightVirtualVisits Greatest Hits: Taliesin West
For the past 4 months, Wright sites across the country have been swapping weekly virtual video tours. We’re looking back at some of our favorite #WrightVirtualVisits videos, beginning this week with Taliesin West!
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jul 22, 2020
Taliesin West Gets New Accessibility Upgrades
Taliesin West, the UNESCO World Heritage site that served as Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home in Scottsdale, Arizona, recently completed ADA upgrades that will make the historic property more accessible than ever before.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jul 18, 2020
The Personal Library of Frank Lloyd Wright Gets a New Website
Architectural historian Paul V. Turner, collaborating with the Stanford University Library, has developed a database and website devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright’s library. The books that inspired Wright’s life, philosophy, and work are compiled and discussed in this website, which has just now been made public.
Paul Turner | Jul 15, 2020
Vanguard Supports Virtual Education Initiatives for Kids
Are you and your family sheltering at home? Since young aspiring architects can’t come to us, we’ve found new ways to bring Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed principles of organic architecture and solutions-based design directly into your homes. Find out how Vanguard has helped support the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s efforts to keep kids engaged online with Virtual Summer Camps and a Virtual Classroom.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jul 13, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom: Discovering Light
Learn how Frank Lloyd Wright became a mastermind with light by using a flashlight around your home in this fun, illuminating activity.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jul 8, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Goetsch-Winckler House For Sale
The early Usonian 1940 Goetsch-Winkler House in Okemos, Michigan by Frank Lloyd Wright is for sale at $479,000.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jul 6, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom: The Nature of Abstract Art
Frank Lloyd Wright was inspired by the lines and patterns found throughout the Sonoran Desert. For this Virtual Classroom activity, you will observe the nature all around you and use it to create your own abstract art piece.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jun 30, 2020
Hillside Theatre Curtain Restoration
Get a glimpse of the carefully completed restoration work for the exquisite Hillside Theatre Curtain, still being used in a functional theatre space in Spring Green, Wisconsin near Taliesin. The Hillside Curtain is one of the largest gifts Frank Lloyd Wright ever received and it is also one of the largest objects in the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s collection.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jun 23, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Charles L. & Dorothy Manson House For Sale
The 1941 Charles L. and Dorothy Manson property is on the market in Wausau, WI for $425,000. The home is an early example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian designs, with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The home was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016 and is also a Historical Landmark for the City of Wausau.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jun 19, 2020