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Houses of the Holy : Feast Your Eyes on 8 Glorious New Shots of Thorncrown Chapel

All photos by Randall Connaughton via Thorncrown Chapel Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice E. Fay Jones and completed in 1980, the Thorncrown Chapel in Arkansas' Ozark Mountains quickly became a prominent work of American architecture. Featuring 425 windows and...

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The museum’s arrival signals another shift, too. When Breuer’s Whitney opened, New York City was a much dicier proposition. His fortress, like Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum several blocks north — which contrived its own enclosed, spiral version of a vertical city — reflected ambivalence about what was outside the front door. Now New York […]

Chicago’s Frank Lloyd Wright–Designed Emil Bach House Is Now a Vacation Rental

Perhaps the most notable address in Chicago’s North Side, the Emil Bach House was designed by the iconic American architect Frank Lloyd Wright—and now anyone can reserve the property for special events and overnight stays. The property is located at 7415 N. Show More Summary

Curbed Chicago: Frank Lloyd Wright's Famous Coonley House Lists for $2.1M

Earlier this week, Chicago Mag's Ian Spula hinted that Frank Lloyd Wright's famous Avery Coonley House in suburban Riverside would be returning to the market after a nearly three-year hiatus. Earlier today, the Prairie School home officially listed for...

Historic Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Coonley House Back On The Market

The Riverside home, which Wright described as his "best work," was previously up for grabs in 2012 and 2010. [ more › ]

Rent, Don't Buy : Get Acquainted with These Must-Know Vacation Rentals for Design Freaks

All photos via Travel + Leisure Most people may not be able to buy and live in a Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece, a 14th-century Italian manor, or an otherwise architecturally significant home. But rentals is a different ball game......

Curbed NY: Channel Your Inner Frank Lloyd Wright in the Architect's Former Plaza Pad

Storied American architect Frank Lloyd Wright had to sleep somewhere while overseeing the construction of his landmark Guggenheim Museum in New York. So, despite its lack of horizontal sight lines, Mayan-inspired concrete blocks, and Craftsman-inspired wood paneling, Wright installed...

Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Frank Lloyd Wright was often known for his nature-inspired, humanistic works of architecture, but while his design for Milwalkee's Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church certainly retains some natural curves, it looks completely alien. Wright...Show More Summary

Curbed Chicago: Pristine Frank Lloyd Wright Hits the Market in Chicago, Complete with Time Capsule Listing Photos

It's been a quite a while since Frank Lloyd Wright's J. Kibben Ingalls House in Chicago's River Forest suburb has been up for grabs, and if these retro listing photos say anything, it's that the home has been in...

On the Market: A Midcentury with Nods to Frank Lloyd Wright Lists in Philly

Right down the lane from Louis Kahn's lauded Esherick House, this modern beauty just hit the market for $680,000, and may need a little TLC (all the moderns do, dahling), but has a lot to give in return. Designed...

The Mentor and His Protégé: Frank Lloyd Wright and Fay Jones in Arkansas

last monthArts : Hyperallergic

Fay Jones was still a boy in Arkansas when he first heard of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Frank Lloyd Wright and the Great Gasoline Mass Murder

Tweet by Darcia Helle August 15th of this year marks the 100th anniversary of the most gruesome mass murder Wisconsin has ever seen. The story has all the makings of a New York Times bestseller or blockbuster movie. We have the wealthy and world-famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who [...]

Check Out Frank Lloyd Wright on a '50s Game Show — Design News

In 1956, Frank Lloyd Wright appeared on an episode of "What's My Line?" A panel of four blindfolded contestants had to try to guess the identity of the famous then-89-year-old architect by asking him general questions about himself. In response to "Is [your] service for both men and women?" Wright replied, " least I think so." READ MORE »

What It Sold For: Frank Lloyd Wright Storer House Sets Sales Record in the Hills

All images via Crosby Doe Houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright are definitely covetable, but they can also be money pits, especially the ones in Los Angeles, which are largely made out of concrete. (The city of LA just...

How The Starchitects Of The 1950s Reimagined Baghdad

2 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“In the 1950s, King Faisal II enlisted a coterie of architectural heavyweights—Frank Lloyd Wright, Walter Gropius, Le Corbusier, Josep Lluís Sert, and Alvar and Aino Aalto—to reimagine Baghdad as a bustling, cosmopolitan city.”

The Unbuilt Environment: What if Baghdad had been a...

What if Baghdad had been a Frank Lloyd Wright mega-city? Five modernist plans commissioned by Iraq's final monarch—created by the likes of Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, Le Corbusier, and, yes, Frank Lloyd Wright—reveal a very different Baghdad that could've been....

The Unbuilt Environment: Baghdad Could Have Been a Mega-City by Frank Lloyd Wright

Image via Arkitera Like most devotees of modernism, the last king of Iraq labored under the myth that vast architectural mega-projects had the alchemic power to transform any defunct city into an affluent, buzzing metropolis of the future. Spurred on...

Gorgeous Silkscreens Celebrate The Best Of California Modernism

A pair of artists pay homage to the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and more Californian modernists. In the '30s and '40s, Californian architects and designers like Ray Eames, Merle Armitage, Alvin Lustig, and John and Marilyn Neuhart put playful, colorful twists on cerebral modernist traditions imported from Europe. Show More Summary

Lamp House in Madison, Wisconsin

This compact house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906 for his friend Robert Lamp is like an easter egg in the heart of downtown Madison, Wisconsin; hard to find, but a sweet little reward if you can. Many Madison locals residents...Show More Summary

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Website Gets a FLW-Inspired Facelift — Design News

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has a gorgeous new website that takes cues from the famed architect himself. Navigating using the rust red of his signature tiles, you can browse all of Wright's works in map, image, or list form, and filtered by building type, status, time period, style, and geographic region. READ MORE »

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