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One Photographer's Quest to Document Every Frank Lloyd Wright Structure in the World

yesterdayHumor / odd : mental_floss

Meet Andrew Pielage, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s unofficial shutterbug.

Both of Frank Lloyd Wright's Booth Houses Are For Sale

Frank Lloyd Wright fans will probably have heard of the Sherman Booth House, designed and built for Wright's lawyer in Glencoe, Illinois, a suburb north of Chicago. What you might not know is that the famed architect built Booth another house to live in while the main one was being constructed, and now they are both for sale. READ MORE »

A Luxurious Mid-Century Inspired Home in California

Mid-century design is certainly not a newcomer to decor trends. For years now, looks coveted by the most style-conscious include those 1950s marvels inspired by design giants like Eames and architects like Frank Lloyd Wright. Despite its popularity, there are still designers creating their own unique spins on the mid-century style, including visualizer Aleksandr Kalinov, […]

The Wright stuff: Avant-garde architect as subject of traditional opera

UrbanArias presents Daron Hagen’s warm backward look at Frank Lloyd Wright in “Shining Brow.”

Nearly a century later, a video artist follows Frank Lloyd Wright's Mayan footsteps

As part of "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA," video artist Clarissa Tossin delivers "Ch'u Mayaa (Maya Blue)," featuring dancer Crystal Sepúlveda on the grounds of Wright's landmark Hollyhock House.

Seeing Japan Through the Eyes of Frank Lloyd Wright

5 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

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. The post Seeing Japan Through the Eyes of Frank Lloyd Wright appeared first on Hyperallergic.

The Deep, Lasting Influence of Japan on Frank Lloyd Wright

5 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

The architect's fascination with the art and architecture of Japan played a large role in the development of his work. The post The Deep, Lasting Influence of Japan on Frank Lloyd Wright appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Chicago date idea: Architecture exhibit then Frank Lloyd Wright bar

Rather than putting a ton of effort into an outing and then just hitting one spot, why not extend the adventure? This week, we’re pairing a visit to the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s 320 square-foot city model with drinks at Prairie School. Main attraction: Chicago Architecture Foundation 224...

Prairie School, cocktail icon Jim Meehan's ode to Frank Lloyd Wright, opening tonight

One of the country’s most talented and storied mixologists is setting up shop in Chicago in what is a bit of a homecoming. Jim Meehan, co-owner and founder of New York City’s pioneering PDT (Please Don’t Tell), has thrown his hat in with the Heisler Hospitality crew to build Prairie School, a new...

Wright at Columbia

This year, the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright's birth, has yielded plenty of publications, exhibitions, and other events about the world's most famous modern architect. A few of them -- a book, an exhibition and a related symposium...Show More Summary

Berkeley Hills midcentury masterpiece by Daniel Liebermann asks $3.8 million

Comes with the famed architect’s signature circular style Frank Lloyd Wright protégé Daniel Liebermann—who helped build the Marin County Civic Center (1962)—last made an appearance on Curbed for this Mill Valley gem. But his works aren’t...Show More Summary

A wee Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home can be yours for $299K

The cute one bed and one bath measures 775 square feet Those looking for a “not-so-big house” that’s “well-versed in the architectural grammar of Frank Lloyd Wright,” per the listing language, look no further than this little single-bedroom...Show More Summary

Spectacular Daniel Liebermann–designed mid-century in the Berkeley Hills listed for $3.8M

Daniel Liebermann, protege of Frank Lloyd Wright, passed away in 2015 but his unique stamp on Bay Area architecture is timeless. Working with Wright, Lieberman assisted with the construction of the Marin County Civic Center during the 1960s,and is credited with numerous outstanding homes dotting the Bay Area landscape. And now, you could own a

Blue Sky Mausoleum in Buffalo, New York

Among the towering monuments and notable tombs that fill Buffalo's historic Forest Lawn Cemetery lies a crypt that stands out from the rest. The only memorial burial chamber ever designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Blue Sky Mausoleum was intended to be the final resting place of a longtime friend of the famed architect. Show More Summary

Rare Frank Lloyd Wright tiny home is an ‘odd duck’

In the midst of a renovation, the David and Gladys Wright Guesthouse in Phoenix shows the architect’s skill with small spaces Measuring a scant 260 square feet, the small, low-slung structure still manages to make an outsized architectural statement. Show More Summary

4 Properties which bring the Outdoors Indoors

last monthLifestyle / Luxury : Luxuo

Frank Lloyd Wright might have died over 50 years ago but his architectural influence and the concept of outdoors indoors architecture and style of open-plan living remain timeless.

Private Heart-Shaped Island With Frank Lloyd Wright House For Sale In NY

Only 55 miles away from NYC in the town of Mahopac there's a 10-acre, heart-shaped island featuring one Frank Lloyd Wright cottage, and a main house based on the architect's designs. Some say the final product is similar to Wright'sShow More Summary

collectorsweekly: Marking the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd...

2 months agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

collectorsweekly: Marking the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth on June 8, 1867, MoMA presents Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive, a major exhibition that critically engages his multifaceted practice.

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