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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Greatest Work
Serving as an apprentice, resident, and practitioner from January 1957 to October 1978 at Taliesin West, Vern Swaback has experienced firsthand the many facets of the Taliesin experience. Now, he’s exploring how the past at Taliesin West continues to shape the future.
Vernon D. Swaback | May 16, 2017
Designer Illustrates His Top 10 Favorite Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings
Graphic designer and illustrator Eric O’Malley has always had a passion for interpreting the world around him through drawing. With his illustrations, O’Malley has honored his favorite Frank Lloyd Wright buildings while using his unique perspective on point, shape, line, color, space, and texture.
Eric O'Malley | May 9, 2017
Wrightcraft: Minecraft Meets Frank Lloyd Wright
Kate Hedin loves video games. She also loves Frank Lloyd Wright. When she considered the endless building possibilities of Minecraft, she found a space in which she could recreate the Frank Lloyd Wright structures she so appreciated, and “Wrightcraft” was born.
Kate Hedin | May 5, 2017
Architect gives new life to Frank Lloyd Wright’s demolished and unbuilt work
Spanish architect David Romero talks about his thought process behind creating photorealistic computer renderings of unbuilt or demolished Frank Lloyd Wright buildings.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | May 2, 2017
Board Elects Maja Wessels Chair Of Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Board of Trustees voted to elect Maja Wessels as its new board chair during a meeting of the Trustees at Florida Southern College this past weekend.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 27, 2017
Architecture School Graduate Discusses Newest Shelter ‘Atalaya’
Jaime Inostroza is a recent graduate of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. In April 2017, he completed the building of his desert shelter, Atalaya. Here, he explains his ideas behind the creation of Atalaya.
Jaime Inostroza | Apr 21, 2017
Conservation of Whitman Square
In January of 2017, a conservation team carried out a project to stabilize and preserve the history of Whitman Square at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 19, 2017
Wright on Exhibit: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architectural Exhibitions
Kathryn Smith discusses the creation of her book “Wright on Exhibit: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architectural Exhibitions.”
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 14, 2017
Taliesin West Receives National Acclaim as Travel Destination
Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home and laboratory in Scottsdale, Arizona, welcomes over 100,000 visitors each year. National news organizations have joined the discussion about what makes this National Historic Landmark so extraordinary. Explore the articles below to learn more about what Taliesin West offers to visitors from around the world, and plan your trip today!
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 7, 2017