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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
Aaron Betsky on Learning at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West
Aaron Betsky, Dean of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, speaks with Interior Design magazine about the unique experience of learning in Taliesin West’s historically significant and innovative environment in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 12, 2017
Marin County Launches Interactive Frank Lloyd Wright App
The County of Marin has launched a downloadable mobile app showcasing the history of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Marin County Civic Center.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 3, 2017
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation on Arizona Horizon
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation exists to preserve Taliesin and Taliesin West, and to contribute to society an understanding of the famous architect’s ideas and designs. Our president and CEO, Stuart Graff, visited with Ted Simons of Arizona Horizon to discuss our new vision for the Foundation.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Mar 16, 2017
Higher Learning Commission Approves Plan for Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture to Maintain Accreditation
Higher Learning Commission decision allows the School to maintain its accreditation as an institute of higher learning.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Mar 8, 2017
The David and Gladys Wright House Launches Virtual Tour
The David and Gladys Wright House online tour allows visitors from around the world to virtually experience the home in Phoenix, Arizona.
Zach Rawling | Feb 27, 2017
Taliesin West Hosts Summit of Historic Preservation Thought Leaders
Nearly 80 years after designing and building Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s desert masterpiece faces constant and unique preservation challenges.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 31, 2016
Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture Nomination For World Heritage List
The collection of 10 buildings in seven states represents the first modern architecture nomination from the United States to the World Heritage List.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jan 26, 2015