Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture School May Stay Open
Mar05

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture School May Stay Open

The school founded by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright may keep its doors open after all.  The Arizona Republic reports that the school, now known as The School of Architecture at Taliesin, has found the money it needs to keep educating future architects.  Taliesin West (via Apple Maps) How long the word “Taliesin” stays in the school’s name remains to be seen.   The school divorced from the Frank Lloyd Wright...

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Architecture School Founded by Frank Lloyd Wright to Shutter
Feb03

Architecture School Founded by Frank Lloyd Wright to Shutter

The architecture school started by one of the giants of his discipline will soon be no more.  The School of Architecture at Taliesin, founded by Frank Lloyd Wright, will close at the end of this coming June.   Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin, 1925. More than 1,200 people passed through the school’s programs over the last 88 years at both the Spring Green, Wisconsin and Scottsdale, Arizona locations.  There are currently...

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List+Pix: Wright Buildings Could Become Official World Treasures
Feb02

List+Pix: Wright Buildings Could Become Official World Treasures

One of Chicago’s favorite architects is in line for pretty much the biggest honor that can be bestowed on any member of any civilization: validation from UNESCO. The architect is Frank Lloyd Wright, and ten of his iconic buildings have been nominated for recognition by the United Nations body. To put it in Hollywood terms, when the aliens come to destroy the planet, we’ll gladly sacrifice little Timmy to save Fallingwater....

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