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Price Tower: "The tree that escaped the crowded forest"

Bartlesville, One of Oklahoma’s Architectural Treasures

What is architecture anyway? Is it the vast collection of the various buildings which have been built to please the varying tastes of the various lords of mankind? 449 more words
Wade's Musings

Architectural Drive-bys

Frank Lloyd Wright was a very prolific architect having designed more than 1,000 projects with around half of those actually being built. Of the remaining about 400+ still-standing Wright buildings only 70 are open to the public. 752 more words


The Price Tower continued

Continued from the last post – “the tree that escaped the crowded forest”

The Experience

I stayed in one of the converted office spaces on the 8th floor on the northeast side of the tower, so my views were of downtown Bartlesville. 754 more words


"the tree that escaped the crowded forest"

Standing in a small town in northern Oklahoma is the only realized skyscraper designed by one of America’s greatest architects. Its creator called it “the tree that escaped the crowded forest,” though a small grove has grown up next to it. 645 more words


Those 2 kids I own

Meet Ryder and Ella– Love their picture? Me, too!!! Ella is wearing a dress of my mothers. If you know me well, you know I am sappy and sentimental. 172 more words


The life of a Zats girl

In all honesty, I didn’t grow up hoping to own a boutique.. I actually never even thought about it until six months ago. I am pretty sure I had a manic episode and woke up one morning wanting something new– something to keep my mile a minute brain occupied for a while. 1,044 more words