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Architecture Student Builds Shelter that Responds to Natural Environment
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. After months of hard work, student Taylor Bode’s completed his desert shelter. Here he dissects the process of creating and building the shelter from start to finish, and what he learned along the way.
Taylor Bode | May 9, 2019
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pappas House for Sale
The historic Missouri home, on the market for $1.2 million, is a Usonian home designed by Wright, one of two Wright-designed buildings in all of St. Louis.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | May 8, 2019
Mother’s Day 2019 Gift Guide
This Mother’s Day, express your love for a special mother in your life with beautifully-designed Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired gifts ranging from handcrafted jewelry to timeless art.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | May 7, 2019
Willey House Part 13 – The Plow that Broke the Plains
Every house has stories to tell, particularly if the house was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Some stories are familiar. Some are even true. Some, true or not, have been lost to time, while others are yet to be told. Steve Sikora, owner of the Malcom Willey House, continues his exploration of the home and its influence on architecture and society.
Steve Sikora | May 3, 2019
Phoenix Home & Garden: These Artisan Candle Blocks Have a Special Story Behind Them
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation recently partnered with Phoenix nonprofit The Opportunity Tree to create one-of-a-kind desert masonry candle blocks. Phoenix Home & Garden spoke with those involved with the project, and shared more about the special story behind this unique product.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | May 1, 2019
Architecture Student Describes the Process of Building Her Desert Shelter
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. After months of hard work, student Xinxuan Liu’s shelter is nearing completion. Here she dissects the process of creating and building the shelter from start to finish, and what she learned along the way.
Xinxuan Liu | Apr 30, 2019
New Desert Masonry Gateway Structure Unveiled at Taliesin West
After weeks of staff, student, and community volunteer efforts, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation unveiled a stunning new desert masonry gateway structure, to signify Taliesin West’s main passageway.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 29, 2019
Arizona Horizon: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Update
Stuart Graff, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation President and CEO, spoke with Arizona Horizons about the organization’s latest initiatives in continuing the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 26, 2019
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