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Frank Lloyd Wright, furniture designer

The architect’s early interior work helped develop his idea for homes as total works of art Ever the confident architect, it’s not surprising that Frank Lloyd Wright thought he knew better when it came to interior furnishings. As Wright’s...Show More Summary

Extraordinary Onion House in Hawaii lets you vacation in a work of art

If you've ever wanted to stay in a work of art, now is your chance. The Onion House in Kona, Hawaii is a prime example of renowned architect Kendrick Kellogg's visionary style. Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, Kellogg was one of the early innovators of organic architecture, which can be seen throughout the vacation home's striking aesthetic. Show More Summary

The Hollyhock House could soon get its own virtual reality tour

An attempt to make the space more accessible for everyone Sitting atop a hill in Barnsdall Park, the 1920s-era Hollyhock House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for oil heiress Aline Barnsdall, is a must-see Los Angeles monument. But because...Show More Summary

Midcentury home with wild roof asks $1.1M outside NYC

Built in 1969 by an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what you've got. Location:...Show More Summary

A Brief Introduction to Daron Hagen and Paul Muldoon’s Frank Lloyd Wright Opera “Shining Brow’

Here’ a cheerful Monday treat,  ECS Publishing has made available for the 150th year of Frank Lloyd Wright a four-minute introduction to Daron Hagen and Paul Muldoon’s Frank Lloyd Wright opera Shining Brow.    The opera concerns events that occured between 1903 and 1914 during the great American architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s life. Wright’s determination […]

A Project To Recreate Frank Lloyd Wright's Destroyed And Unbuilt Buildings

The Frank Lloyd Wright Revival Initiative, founded by documentary filmmaker Michael Miner, plans to start with a 1911 park pavilion (demolished) that Wright designed for Banff in the Canadian Rockies. But is this a good idea?

Institute Plans to Rebuild Frank Lloyd Wright’s Lost Designs

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

The Banff Pavilion in the Canadian Rockies was demolished in the 1930s, but could get a new life.

10 tallest buildings under construction or in development around the world

In the race to build vertically, China has a commanding lead Frank Lloyd Wright once proposed The Illinois, a mile-high skyscraper set on the shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago, a towering giant of a building powered by atomic elevators. Show More Summary

The Ghost of Chicago’s Mile-High Tower

last monthNews : The Daily Beast

In 1956, Frank Lloyd Wright unveiled plans for The Mile High Illinois, a tower that would be four times the height of the Empire State Building. But it would never be built.

Palos Verdes Art Center is raffling a jaw-dropping midcentury modern

Designed by Aaron Green, a protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright Saving for a down payment is a big hurdle towards home-ownership. But what if all you needed was $150? That’s the cost of a ticket in the Palos Verdes Art Center’s dream house raffle, where the grand prize is the Anderson House, a midcentury modern perched on a cliff above the Pacific Ocean. Show More Summary

3 fab Frank Lloyd Wright homes you can still nab right now

FLW FTW The homes of Frank Lloyd Wright continue to enchant their owners (not to mention architecture enthusiasts), even after decades of living there. Still, there comes a time when one must sell one’s dream home for a variety of reasons. Show More Summary

Original Frank Lloyd Wright home owners on living with design history

Only five Wright homes are still in the hands of their original owners Frank Lloyd Wright fans will love this: A new piece in WSJ magazine tracks down the original owners of Wright-designed private residences across the U.S. Today, there...Show More Summary

Fallingwater Institute adds four timber 'portals' to Frank Lloyd Wright landmark

Students participating in the Fallingwater Institute's summer residence program will now have a beautiful new home-base from which to study the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright design and national monument. Architecture firm Bohlin Cywinski...Show More Summary

A coffee machine for Frank Lloyd Wright

last monthArts : Yanko Design

A coffee machine for Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture enthusiasts will see the uncanny resemblance between the Cascade coffee maker and Frank Lloyd Wright’s undebatably iconic Fallingwater house in Pennsylvania. The drip filter is...

Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater Institute gets sleek expansion

It's the work of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, of Apple Store renown Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (BCJ), the Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania-founded architectural practice best known for its iconic designs for Apple stores in New York City, France,...Show More Summary

Frank Lloyd Wright's unbuilt Trinity Chapel brought to life in vivid renderings

It goes without saying that Frank Lloyd Wright has a large and loyal following, but Spanish architect David Romero has taken his admiration for the famed architect to new, visual levels. Romero became enamored with Wright's design for...Show More Summary

Unbuilt Frank Lloyd Wright chapel comes to life in new visualizations

Due to a massive misunderstanding, the 1958-designed Trinity Chapel was never built Spanish architect David Romero has added a new visualization of a Frank Lloyd Wright design lost to time to his portfolio. This time, however, instead...Show More Summary

America’s most bizarre architecture

13 buildings that will make you look twice The United States has a lot of stunning architecture, from iconic homes designed by big-name architects like Frank Lloyd Wright to museums that impress with their design. But America also has...Show More Summary

Clone Wars: How Star Architect Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired the Design of Naboo

Much of the magic of the Star Wars films derives from the fantastic landscapes and exotic built environments that serve as backdrops for its intergalactic tales of empires and rebellions. But when world-makers like George Lucas create these places, they often draw on real architects and architecture for inspiration, including the last and largest work of …

12 Facts About Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater

2 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

The home is built directly over a waterfall, integrating it with nature.

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