Living with Nature: Choosing Local
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 the benefits of choosing and shopping local.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Nov 26, 2019
University of Oklahoma Students Explore Rich History of Design at Taliesin West
In May, 13 students from the University of Oklahoma’s Gibbs College of Architecture visited Taliesin West for an eight-day immersive program where they studied Frank Lloyd Wright’s design through in-depth, studio-based experiences.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 4, 2019
Living with Nature: Using Water Wisely
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 water usage and conservation, and share some tips on how you can use water wisely at home and in your everyday life.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Aug 26, 2019
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly Magazine Celebrates 60 Years of the Guggenheim
For the upcoming issue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation partnered with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation to share an in-depth look at one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most well-known buildings. This special summer 2019 issue coincides with the 60th anniversary of when the Guggenheim first opened its doors to the public in 1959.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Aug 13, 2019
A Life in Libretto: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Life and Art Take the Stage at Arizona Opera
Much of Frank Lloyd Wright’s life and work has intrigued people all over the world, but the period of his life from 1903 to 1914 was especially tumultuous. In this time, Wright experienced a devastating fire, complex
relationships, and other intense hardships. Over the years, these stories have inspired books and continue to fascinate Wright fans.
This September, Wright’s life and work are taking the stage at Arizona Opera.
Emily Balli | Aug 6, 2019
Eight Frank Lloyd Wright Sites Inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List
The inscription of a collection of eight Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings marks the first modern architecture designation on the UNESCO World Heritage List in the United States.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jul 7, 2019
Famed Spoke Art Gallery Hosts Pop-Up Exhibition at Taliesin West Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Spoke Art gallery have joined forces for a special Wright-inspired art exhibition, which will feature work from over a dozen international artists.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | May 21, 2019
Willey House Stories Part 12 – One Thousand Words
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 | Mar 15, 2019
Avery Library Publishes New Digital Guide to Frank Lloyd Wright
Through a newly published online guide, the Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library of Columbia University is offering a new way to research Frank Lloyd Wright materials. Here, the Avery’s archivist of drawings and archives, Shelley Hayreh, explains the benefits of the guide and some helpful tips for researchers.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jan 31, 2019