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Fallingwater: Thoughts of Food and Community

Fallingwater: Thoughts of Food & Community

“I’m going to blog about Fallingwater when I get home,” said Kirsten as we shared our last reflections about the weekend together. 910 more words


Wright Language

A picture of a building is not the experience of the building. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater – the country house built over a waterfall in the woods– owes much of its iconic status to photography. 1,081 more words

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House is becoming one of Buffalo's most popular tourist attractions

BUFFALO – It was one of America’s most interesting homes when it was built in 1905 for $45,000, but being the private residence of Darwin D. 862 more words


The Culture Trip: Swirling Spirals - The Guggenheim's Avant Garde Beginnings

Interested in Frank Lloyd Wright? This past week, I wrote an article for The Culture Trip about Wright’s design process regarding the Guggenheim Museum in NYC, also touching on Frank Gehry’s work on the Guggenheim Bilbao in Spain. 41 more words


Architectural Thinking #1

Series “Những công trình kiến trúc tiêu biểu”
Day #4
Johnson Wax Headquarters
Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright

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Lần đầu tiên thấy 1 series phim tài liệu có sự phân tích cụ thể và rõ ràng.

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It Takes All Kinds to Make a World

It’s amazing to hear the perspectives of one of the most influential people in the history of architecture.  Frank Lloyd Wright’s thoughts on architecture and theories of life appear to be timeless.  59 more words

Wednesdays Workspace Inspiration

Not long ago I was having a chat with my dad about Frank Lloyd Wright.  He said he didn’t like his buildings because they always looked like churches to him.   102 more words

Wednesdays Workspace Inspiration