Over a century after Wright designed a workplace that borrowed features from the home, designers are at it again, but who does a homey office really serve?
Los Angeles art spaces are stepping up their virtual game.
With Taliesin closing after 88 years in operation, architects are considering other models for educating young people in the field, as well as more sustainable ways to honor Frank Lloyd Wright’s legacy.
Atom Brick and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation teamed up to create three custom model building sets that mimic Wright’s legendary properties.
The honorary landmark in Glencoe, Illinois sold for $555,000. Its new owners asked for a demolition permit two weeks after the purchase.
As part of FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, artists have transformed the Oberlin College campus with sculptural reflections on architecture.
The demolition, which occurred overnight on January 10, came as a shock to preservation groups who had been working to save the building.
With Frank Lloyd Wright Paper Models by Marc Hagan-Guirey, you can build tiny models of Fallingwater, the Guggenheim Museum, and Taliesin West.
The architect’s photographs from his first trip to Japan reveal his fascination with a country that played a large role in the development of his work.
Kaneji Domoto, a little-known architect from the Bay Area, designed five houses for the famous planned community of Usonia.
Through over 400 objects, Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive at the Museum of Modern Art considers the great American architect’s career from unexpected angles.
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — On August 17, 1953, Gloria and Abraham Wilson sent a letter to one of the most famous architects in the United States. It began: “Dear Mr. Wright: Would you design a house for us?”