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This Work Continues: Frank Lloyd Wright and Graphic Design
Frank Lloyd Wright established a foundation for design with nature, abstraction, and geometry that serves as a source of graphic design inspiration for the past, present, and future Taliesin community.
Aris Georges | Nov 8, 2018
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Marden House For Sale
The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home is part of a 3.2 acre estate overlooking Virginia’s Potomac River.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Nov 6, 2018
Digital Interpretive Kiosks Now Open to Public at Taliesin West
Kiosks offer Taliesin West visitors a new way to explore the great architect’s history, impact, and legacy.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 30, 2018
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Celebrates Arizona Archives Month
This year, in celebration of Arizona Archives Month, we shared a photo from our collections each Friday in October.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 26, 2018
Unbuilt Frank Lloyd Wright Works Come to Life in Quarterly Magazine
Spanish architect David Romero envisions what might have been in the fall 2018 issue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 25, 2018
Barton House Completes $2 million Historic Restoration
With the restoration, visitors gain new insights into Frank Lloyd Wright’s pivotal “Buffalo Venture.”
Darwin D. Martin House | Oct 10, 2018
New Product Poll: Which Coaster Design Do You Prefer?
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation licensing team is looking for your feedback.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 4, 2018
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
Harnessing the Ground’s Energy: A Geothermal System at Taliesin
This summer, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Taliesin Preservation, Inc. preservation teams, with the help of Wisconsin geothermal loop contractor G.O. Loop, completed the installation of a geothermal heating and cooling system to serve the residence wing of Taliesin.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Sep 27, 2018