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Living in the Trees.... From Balter House to Fallingwater

This past July, I went down to Polymath Park with my mom and grandma. Polymath Park is home to Balter House, Blum House, and Duncan House. 364 more words

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Roots of the "Tree of Life"

Animation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Tree of Life by artist Daryl Alexsy.

Many in the “Martin House community” are well aware that the famed “Tree of Life” art glass design bears a popular name, one not given by Frank Lloyd Wright or Darwin D. 216 more words


Artistic Architecture: Florida Southern College

Images and text by: Harold Emond Jr.

This week, we revisit the lesser-known artistic architecture present in the Florida area. The subject of this article will focus solely on the Florida Southern College, located in Lakeland, about halfway between Tampa and Orlando. 604 more words


From the Archives

It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly twenty years (twenty!) since I designed these urns for the (former) Victory Memorial Hospital in Waukegan; they were absolutely beautiful pieces when first installed…and they are still beautiful, today. 118 more words



“Taliesin was the name of a Welsh poet. A druid-bard or singer of songs who sang to Wales the glories of Fine Art. Literally the Welsh word means, “Shining Brow”,‟ – Frank Lloyd Wright… 110 more words


Frank Lloyd Wright on music and architecture

Music and architecture blossom on the same stem—sublimated mathematics. Mathematics as presented by geometry. Instead of the musician’s systematic staff and intervals, the architect has a modular system as a framework of design.

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