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Breeze Ways

In 1900, Frank Lloyd Wright first published the structure known as a Breeze Way but these ‘connectors’ were around as early as the North American frontier days. 257 more words

Home Improvement

Frida and Fallingwater

Frida Kahlo visited Fallingwater in the late 1930s after Edgar and Liliane Kaufmann purchased two of her paintings at the Julian Levy Gallery. The story goes that Frida was accompanied by Julian Levy and that he and Edgar Kaufmann competed for her affections that night. 234 more words

Fiction

what sort of house would you like to live in?

Bathroom (FLW House & Studio, Oak Park, Chicago)

This week I’m spending most of my time writing (and re writing). Although interviews and research trips continue, I need to sift through my notebooks and to begin to sketch out my initial ideas for the play. 67 more words

Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd-Wright

It’s been said that the problem with being self-taught is that the teacher doesn’t know any more than the student. But self-taught I am. So, I watch what you do, and they do, and what the great masters have done, and I draw ideas and inspiration from those accomplishments. 235 more words

Fallingwater (PA) - June 2014

Fallingwater, the house designed and built about 40 miles east of Pittsburgh by Frank Lloyd Wright for Edgar Kaufmann in 1935 is a stunning example of form and function that blends into the environment. 63 more words

Camping

Kaweah Falls

Kaweah Falls originally designed in 1942 by architect Frank Robert, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright. The home is located in the center of Three Rivers, California, near the entrance to Sequoia National Park. 279 more words

Design & Nature

All fine architectural values are human values, else not valuable”

(Frank Lloyd Wright)

Frank Lloyd Wright