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On the Market: As usual, the rampant practice of...

As usual, the rampant practice of describing something as "Wrightean" just because it was designed by an architect who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright is pretty far off with Curbed National's House of the Day, a rehabbed 1956 dwelling by...

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last weekArts : Hyperallergic

This week, net neutrality, photographic muzak, naïve techno-utopianism, Frank Lloyd Wright's photographer, professional video game player superstars, crappy design, and more.

AM Linkage: Frank Lloyd Wright in CA; $10M for Bridge Bike Path; Uber Bros

Photo via Sergio Ruiz · Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, "the smartest bro in the room" · $10M approved for design of Bay Bridge bike path · 'Frank Lloyd Wright on the West Coast' · Tech surveillance devices would require public...

Actor and Architecture Combinations, Illustrated by Federico Babina

last weekOdd : Neatorama

Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina's "Archilife" series pairs famous actors with architectural masterpieces by Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, Alvar Aalto and others. Babina (featured previously at...Show More Summary

UK Planning Inspector Blocks “Unexceptional” Frank Lloyd Wright House

last weekArts : Hyperallergic

The construction of the first Frank Lloyd Wright house in the UK has been officially derailed by planning officials who just can’t see what all the fuss over Wright is about, Architect's Journal reported.

Curbed Features: When Pedro E. Guerrero met Frank...

When Pedro E. Guerrero met Frank Lloyd Wright, Wright was a famed 72-year-old architect and Guerrero was a 22-year-old aspiring photographer and art school dropout. Guerrero presented the "world's worst portfolio," including a shot of a dead pelican and nudes...

Curbed Features: When Pedro E. Guerrero met Frank...

When Pedro E. Guerrero met Frank Lloyd Wright, Wright was a famed 72-year-old architect and Guerrero was a 22-year-old aspiring photographer and art school dropout. Guerrero presented the "world's worst portfolio," including a shot of a dead pelican and nudes...

Curbed Features: How a 22-Year-Old Became Wright's Trusted Photographer

All photos copyright Pedro E. Guerrero. When Frank Lloyd Wright hired Pedro E. Guerrero to photograph Taliesin West in 1939, neither knew it would lead to one of the most important relationships in architectural history. Wright was 72 and...

Planning Inspector Nixes Plans for Frank Lloyd Wright House in Bristol

Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiast Dr. Hugh Petter wants to build a Wright-designed home in Tyntesfield Springs near Bristol in the UK, a house originally designed in 1947 for the O'Keefe family in California. Dr. Petter negotiated for eight years with the Frank

Wright Stuff: U.K.'s First Frank Lloyd Wright Design Blocked Once Again

An original Wright sketch of the home, which was designed in 1947 for a site on the Santa Barbara coast. Image via The Guardian A British Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiast has been blocked once again from building one of...

Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture School Might Not Lose Accreditation After All

Raise the money, and you can have your independent institution, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation president tells students and alumni. The embattled Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture School may have worked out a plan that will allow its master's program to continue. Read Full Story

Clones: Chicago has no great dearth of...

Chicago has no great dearth of flat-roofed houses designed by Prairie poohbah Frank Lloyd Wright, but if any of those don't meet a homebuyer's criteria, there are always design clones, one of which is currently on the market for $825,000....

New Plan for Archicture School at Wright Foundation

In an effort to maintain accreditation for its architecture school, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation approves a plan that could lead to the school's independent incorporation.

Why Are Victorian Houses So Creepy?

Frank Lloyd Wright, the Addams Family, and Hitchcock: How Victorian architecture became the default haunted house. Americans have a very specific idea about what makes a house look creepy. If you search for "haunted house" on Google images, only one type of architecture appears in the first 25 images: a Victorian mansion. Read Full Story

Wright Stuff: Historic Frank Lloyd Wright House Sells After 17 Price Cuts

Photos via Curbed Chicago Amid a dizzying amount of early Frank Lloyd Wright designs on the market in Chicagoland recently (many of them having been PriceChopped), today Curbed Chicago finally has some good news to share: Wright's Robert Emmond house...

Architectural Marvels of the Month – October 2014

4 weeks agoOdd : Off Stuff Magazine

Here are some of the finest architectural marvels from this month of October 2014. Curvy, rustic house at the feet of Tarta Mountains in Poland Natadera Temple in winter, Japan Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, as seen on September 27, 2014 The Bosco Verticale via De Castilla, a residential tower in Milan, Italy The Bombay Sapphire […]

The Quotable Frank Lloyd Wright: Dear Miami: Frank Lloyd Wright Thinks Your Homes are Garbage

Frank Lloyd Wright visited Miami in 1955. His takeaway from the trip was that "Miamians live in houses pigs would be ashamed to live in." Frank Lloyd Wright was a huge diva. · Frank Lloyd Wright Came to Miami...

How 15 Anonymous Architects Envision The World's Next Great Museum

The Guggenheim in New York is as famous for its distinctive Frank Lloyd Wright eggshell as it is for its art. Design is a selling point for museums — which may explain why the Guggenheim opened up its search for an architect to design its new Helsinki outpost to the public. Show More Summary

On the Market: 'Frank Lloyd Wright'-Style Spaceship Lands in Oakland for $21M

Sitting large and round atop a knoll in Oakland's Claremont Hills is a 14,000-square-foot home that sits on 20 acres of land. The house is visible for miles around and will likely be recognized by anyone who regularly drives on...

Wright Stuff: Here's the Guy Who Made Frank Lloyd Wright Famous in Japan

Photo via Spoon & Tomago/Wikimedia Commons Thirty years before he designed the seminal Fallingwater (1935), Frank Lloyd Wright made his first visit to Japan, the country whose art and architecture would greatly influence his work to come. While in Japan,...

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