Sourcing Wild Christmas Trees for Taliesin West
Journey with us to Arizona’s Grand Canyon as the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s Retail Manager selects Christmas trees from the wild to decorate Taliesin West in a way that seems fitting for Wright’s winter home.
Mark Johnson | Dec 2, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Store: 2020 Gift Collections
Some of our favorite ways to bring Frank Lloyd Wright’s design home are in our 2020 Holiday Gift Collections. Gift to others (and to yourself) while embracing Wright’s philosophy of “making a house more a home by being a work of art.”
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Nov 30, 2020
Enhance Your “Zoom Room” with Frank Lloyd Wright Inspiration
Roll out your next Zoom call or virtual meeting in style: Frank Lloyd Wright inspired design lends extra polish to your “Zoom Room” background and work space decor.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 9, 2020
An Exclusive Frank Lloyd Wright Collection for Crate & Barrel by Epicurean
When the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation approached Epicurean Cutting Systems with a vision to create a product line inspired by Wright’s designs, the resulting collection made a bold appearance at Crate & Barrel.
Epicurean | Aug 31, 2020
Gifts for Dads Who Love Great Design
This Father’s Day, find the perfect gift for your dad online through the Frank Lloyd Wright Store, with everything from fine leather goods to comfortable clothing.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jun 5, 2019
Revisiting Midway Gardens
On June 27, 1914, in Chicago, Midway Gardens—a concert garden with space for year-round dining, drinking, and performances—opened to the public.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Jun 27, 2018
Ways to Preserve Wright’s Legacy with your Holiday Shopping
As you complete your holiday shopping this year, consider these easy ways to support the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation with your gift giving.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Dec 1, 2017
Designer Recreates Desert Masonry of Taliesin West with Candleholders
School of Architecture at Taliesin Immersion Student Rob Rainone discusses how being inspired by Taliesin West led to greater understanding of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work while recreating desert masonry on a smaller scale.
Rob Rainone | Nov 30, 2017