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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

See inside! Lloyd Wright's 'Sowden Residence' back on the market

In the heart of Los Angeles’ popular Los Feliz neighborhood sits a striking home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s son, Lloyd Wright. Thanks to its sinister past, the home is famous for reasons other than its well-known architect.Sowden Residence, named for Wright’s painter and photographer friend John Sowden, was built in 1927 in the relatively uncommon “Mayan-revival” style.

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 »

Biomimicry in buildings: 6 animal-shaped architectural wonders

Sea shells have influenced the form of buildings in Japan, Monte Carlo, and Mexico, to name a few. This nautilus-shaped home in Mexico City, imagined by Javier Senosiain, was inspired by Gaudi and Frank Lloyd Wright and

Wright Stuff: At Long Last, a Gorgeous Online Guide to Frank Lloyd Wright's Life and Work

All screenshots via Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has got a brand new website that makes the legendary architect's extensive works infinitely more accessible, in a visual style he might appreciate. As Bonnie Siegler, founder of...

Frank Lloyd Wright’s West Coast Experiment, Ramping Up to the Guggenheim

6 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

Before the quarter-mile ramp of New York's Guggenheim Museum, Frank Lloyd Wright envisioned a smaller slope on the West Coast.

Sold Stuff: Frank Lloyd Wright's Storer House Finally Finds a Buyer

All photos via Crosby Doe According to the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, the midcentury starchitect's famed Storer House in Hollywood Hills has sold to a "preservation-minded buyer for what is expected to be a record price for a Wright...

Intimate Photos Of Frank Lloyd Wright At Work

Frank Lloyd Wright's photographer spent 20 years shooting the architect at home and at work. When Pedro Guerrero showed up at Frank Lloyd Wright's Arizona school Taliesin West in 1939 armed with a portfolio of student photographs that largely depicted nude women at the beach, the famed architect hired the inexperienced 22-year-old immediately. Show More Summary

Taliesin Director of Development

The Director of Development of Taliesin, the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture will lead the institution’s efforts to secure the funding necessary for both its immediate and long-term operation.

Frank Lloyd Wright buildings nominated for UNESCO Heritage List

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, along with nine other buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, has been nominated by the United States to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage List. Show More Summary

Frank Lloyd Wright's First LA House Restored — Design News

Commissioned in the early '20s, the Hollyhock House was Frank Lloyd Wright's first home in Los Angeles. Donated to the city in 1927, it had seen some renovations, but has since been restored to its 1921 glory. The living room features reproduction furniture, but the dining room still has its originals. See a full tour on Curbed: READ MORE »

Local Landmarks: The Lines at the Reopening of Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House Were Totally Bananas

Los Angeles is already madly in love with the Hollyhock House, Frank Lloyd Wright's first Los Angeles house, a prototype for California Modernism, and a pretty magical hilltop spread with beautiful views of Griffith Observatory and Hollywood. After a...

The Wright Stuff: Hollyhock House Is Back

I’m an unapologetic fan of Frank Lloyd Wright. So even though I’ve toured his Mayan-revival masterpiece several times over my life, when I heard the city was going to celebrate the re-opening of his Hollyhock House following a two-year, $4-million dollar restoration, by throwing open wide the 94-year-old landmark’s concrete doors for a 24-hour reacquainting […]

Curbed Inside: A Full Tour Through Frank Lloyd Wright's First LA House, Restored to Its 1920s Beauty

The Hollyhock House was the first house Frank Lloyd Wright designed in Los Angeles, part of a performing arts complex commissioned in the early 1920s by oil heiress Aline Barnsdall for an incredible 36-acre hilltop site on the Hollywood/Los...

Wright Stuff: The owner of Orinda's only Frank...

The owner of Orinda's only Frank Lloyd Wright house is seeking a major property tax reduction under the Mills Act. The act, which was designed to offset the cost of preserving historically designated homes, could help owner Gerald Shmavonian reduce...

For Rent: Live in an Iconic, Rotating Round House for $3,000/Month

The Los Angeles Times called him the "the Frank Lloyd Wright of Novato," and now you can live in what's arguably Sam Harkleroad's most famous dwelling. Harkleroad designed and built around 25 houses in Marin County in the 1950s and....

Jeffrey Herr on restoration, trash digging at Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House

In 1921, the finishing touches were put on an unusual, temple-like structure at the top of Olive Hill in Hollywood. Hollyhock House, as the building was called, was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright as a home for an eccentric Pennsylvania oil heiress by the name of Aline Barnsdall. The...

ArtRx LA

3 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

LOS ANGELES — This week a show of Riot Grrrl art opens in Orange County, LACE throws a Valentine's Party, Frank Lloyd Wright's first LA home re-opens, there's a mini-conference on the limits of performance, and more!

Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House to reopen

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

One of Los Angeles' enduring architectural landmarks is reopening to the public after a three-year restoration process.

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