Revisiting Kansas City with Frank Lloyd Wright
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s Jeff Goodman shares his visit to Wright sites in his hometown of Kansas City.
Jeff Goodman | Aug 29, 2018
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Awarded National Endowment for the Humanities Grant
The major grant will support vital accessibility and infrastructure improvements at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Aug 9, 2018
How 3D Technology is Transforming Preservation at Taliesin West
Embracing the original experimental spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West, 3D digital scanning is being used to amplify the legacy and understanding of the American architect’s ‘winter camp’, writes Fred Prozzillo, Vice President of Preservation for the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Fred Prozzillo | Jul 21, 2018
Restoring the Driftless Hills
Conservation teams at Taliesin work to re-establish the vegetative footprint and composition of the Welsh Hills as they were in Frank Lloyd Wright’s time.
Mike Degen | May 15, 2018
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House Opens Newly-Restored Second Floor on Extended Public Tours
The second floor of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House in Buffalo, NY, is now open to the public after being temporarily off-limits during its restoration, which started in June 2017.
Darwin D. Martin House | Apr 27, 2018
Willey House Stories Part 4 – A Bridge Too Far
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, 2018
Conservation of Japanese Screen at Taliesin
During the cold winter months, when tours were closed to the public at Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and sister organization, Taliesin Preservation, partnered to complete a project that is set to be a major highlight on the tour path in the 2018 season.
Tru Vue | Mar 1, 2018
Living Architecture: Taking a Values-Based Approach to Historic Preservation
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has taken a values-based approach to preservation efforts to ensure Wright’s home in the desert is accurately preserved and tells the story of his work and the life of the Taliesin Fellowship. As Taliesin West extends the legacy of innovation by showcasing unique design, sustainable practices, and education, the preservation team maintains a reverence for the history of the site. Fred Prozzillo, the Foundation’s Vice President of Preservation, explains how the innovative spirit of the National Historic Landmark in the Sonoran Desert is continuing as the preservation work evolves to fit the changing needs of the space.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Feb 27, 2018
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Receives Grants to Improve Technology & Digital Access
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation announced it is the recipient of several grants to fund vital technology updates and digital access opportunities for the community. The grants will allow Taliesin West to continue its evolution from a traditional house museum to an engaging site infused with interactive, technology-enhanced experiences.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Feb 5, 2018