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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pioneering Example of Accessible Design, The Laurent House

Designed for a client who used a wheelchair, the home made its owner realize his capabilities, not his disabilities. Frank Lloyd Wright called the home "his little gem," and would tell potential clients making the trip from Chicago to Taliesin to stop by and visit to get a sense of his style. Show More Summary

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Adelman House in Wisconsin Receives Gorgeous Restoration

It’s a real beaut’ A Frank Lloyd Wright house in a state of disrepair is a sad sight. Frank Lloyd Wright’s circa-1940s Adelman House in Fox Point, Wisconsin, outside Milwaukee, has avoided just such a fate, recently undergoing a sparkling restoration by local firm The Kubala Washatko Architects (TKWA). Show More Summary

Architecture Nerds Will Love This Video Game Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright

3 days agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Manifold Garden, a puzzle game due out in 2017, references architecture icons like Wright, Louis Kahn, and more.

Manifold Garden: Inside the Architecture-Inspired New Video Game

Frank Lloyd Wright, level designer? That’s what artist William Chyr was thinking, from the moment he crossed the threshold at the Robie House, not far from Chyr’s own Chicago home. "The way he was using space and guiding people through the building, I think there are a lot of really good lessons," says Chyr. Show More Summary

The House That Wax Built: 1939

October 2, 1939. "Wingspread, Herbert F. Johnson Jr. residence in Racine, Wisconsin. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect. Angle view of terrace." The centerfold in this month's Progressive Patio. Gottscho-Schleisner photo. View full size.

A Sustainable Farm Rises from the Ashes of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin

In 1914, Frank Lloyd Wright's mistress was murdered, and the home he built for her was burnt to the ground. A century later, a team of farmers is trying to restore a sustainable farm on the property.

The Olfelt House by Frank Lloyd Wright – On Sale For First Time Ever

  The ‘Olfelt House’ in Minnesota, USA went on the market in June 2016 for the first time ever – and it was designed and built by Frank Lloyd Wright.  If you’ve never heard of this world-renowned American architect and interior designer, then you never heard ‘So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright‘ by Simon and […]

Rare Frank Lloyd Wright House Goes on Market For First Time Ever

Its asking price is $1,495,000 Attention all Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiasts! This week we celebrated the architect on what would have been his 149th birthday. And today, a rare Wright-designed home in Minneapolis has just gone up for...Show More Summary

A Frank Lloyd Wright Retrospective Will Open at MoMA Next Year

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

An expansive exhibition on the groundbreaking 20th-century architect will go on display in New York City next June.

Frank Lloyd Wright Home Takes 1,000-Mile Reconstruction Road Trip

The R.W Lindholm House, an original Usonian design from 1952, is being moved from Minnesota to Pennsylvania A few years after a relocation and reconstruction effort brought a Frank Lloyd Wright home from New Jersey to Arkansas, another Wright design has been deconstructed, shipped, and set to open to the public in an entirely new location. The R.W. Show More Summary

Frank Lloyd Wright to star at MoMA retrospective

For the 150th anniversary of Wright's birth, museum will mount huge exhibit in 2017.        

Museum of Modern Art announces major Frank Lloyd Wright exhibition for 2017

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

The Museum of Modern Art announces Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive, a major exhibition on Frank Lloyd Wright that critically engages his multifaceted practice, on view from June 12 to October 1, 2017. Wright was oneShow More Summary

This Is Frank Lloyd Wright: New Book Offers Charming Look Inside the Architect's Life

It's also beautifully illustrated It's Frank Lloyd Wright's 149th birthday today, which is why we're excited to alert you to a charming new book about the visionary American architect from writer and critic Ian Volner. This is FrankShow More Summary

Massive Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibit Coming To MoMA

Frank Lloyd Wright was born on this day in 1867, and the Museum of Modern Art has announced, on what would have been his 149th birthday (if humans lived that long), that they will be hosting a massive exhibition dedicated to the architect next year. The exhibition will be called "Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive." And there's a lot to unpack... [ more › ]

Frank Lloyd Wright design to immeasurably improve otherwise boring building wall

We should really be painting Frank Lloyd Wright patterns on all our walls Springfield, Illinois, where Frank Lloyd Wright (whose birthday it is today) built his famous Dana-Thomas House, will soon be getting a tiny bit more FLW in the form of a mural on one of its downtown buildings. Show More Summary

Happy Birthday Frank Lloyd Wright! A Curbed Reader

On the famed architect's birthday, a collection of our best stories about his life and work He could be be a perfectionist, he could be very sure of himself, and sometimes, he could be a little blunt when talking about other architect's work. Show More Summary

Frank Lloyd Wright's Smallest Project Has a Dramatic, Tragic Past

A forthcoming documentary tells the tragic and transformative story of the Seth Peterson Cottage, a little-known project by the famed architect An 880-square-foot cabin tucked in the Wisconsin woods, the Seth Peterson Cottage is oneShow More Summary

Airbnb's top product guy has a PhD in bioengineering - now he's making travel dreams come true

Joe Zadeh is obsessed with one Frank Lloyd Wright house on the outskirts of LA.  As a bioengineering student wrapping up his doctorate at Caltech, Zadeh would walk by and hold onto the gates, imagining what it was like to own or even step foot in one of those homes, he said. Years later, Zadeh clicked on a Hacker News job listing. Show More Summary

Peeling a thick layer of Ivy from a building

last monthHumor / odd : Boing Boing

"The physician can bury his mistakes, but the architect can only advise his client to plant vines." – Frank Lloyd Wright [via]

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