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Exploring “The Space Within” in the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s VP of Communication & Partnerships and the Editor-in-Chief of the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine, Jeff Goodman, shares his thoughts on the upcoming issue, “The Space Within.”
Jeff Goodman | Feb 16, 2021
A Capitol Controversy
Arizona-based journalist Rebecca Rhoades tells the captivating story of Frank Lloyd Wright’s design for the Arizona Capitol that never came to be, brought to life with photorealistic renderings by Spanish architect David Romero.
Rebecca L. Rhoades | Feb 14, 2021
Recreating The Call Building Model for Taliesin
A Personal Journey: Recreating The Call Building Model by Eric M. O’Malley. This excerpt originally appeared in the OA+D Archives publication.
Eric O'Malley | Jan 6, 2021
Museum Confidential Podcast Explores the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s Impact
Jeff Martin, host of the Museum Confidential podcast, visits Taliesin West during the pandemic and shares his experiences.
Jeff Martin | Dec 7, 2020
Never Before Seen Look at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unbuilt Arizona Capitol “Oasis”
Of all Frank Lloyd Wright’s unbuilt designs, a snub from Wright’s adopted home state of 25 years for its Capitol building still reverberates with this resident’s commentary: “What could be more ridiculous than for Arizona to go on record before the world and our own descendants as having rejected Frank Lloyd Wright as an architect?” Find out why Arizona never got its Capitol from America’s most famous architect.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Nov 20, 2020
Willey House Stories Part 20 – The Struggle
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 | Oct 19, 2020
New Issue of Quarterly Magazine Explores “The Basis of Democracy”
We asked Jennifer Gray (curator, educator, and guest editor of the Summer 2020 Quarterly) five questions about Frank Lloyd Wright and the ways in which he promoted democracy through his work and writing.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Sep 25, 2020
An Architecture of Mobility: The Lake Tahoe Project
In 1923 Frank Lloyd Wright began designing plans for a non-commissioned and unbuilt project, the Lake Tahoe Summer Colony. Here, not only does he imagine an array of cottages along the shore, but also a fleet of cabins afloat in the bay.
David De Long | Sep 21, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Reveals New Vision & Mission Statements
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation recently adopted brand new Vision & Mission Statements to better reflect both the deep commitment toward Wright’s legacy and the ultimate forward-reaching impact on the world that his work and ideas contribute toward making life better and richer today and relevant well into the future.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Sep 2, 2020