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Mid-Century Modern

Design trends from the past always seem to make their way back around at some point.  One design era that has made a huge comeback from the mid 50s-60s,  is Mid-Century Modern.   87 more words

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Brilliant Works of Architecture Made Easier to Understand (and Even Nicer to Look At)

As a former architecture student at UCLA, Michie Cao was fascinated by the simplicity and beauty of the great works of modern architecture, but always felt that it wasn’t easy for people who didn’t truly understand design and construction to appreciate what made them so perfect. 706 more words


A great architect is not made by way of a brain nearly so much as he is made by way of a cultivated, enriched heart.

Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect


Buffalo's Wright Stuff

Buffalo is a city filled with interesting architecture. The Darwin D. Martin House Complex may be the crown jewel in the treasure trove of sparkling gems for architectural fans and history buffs. 927 more words

Vines: Probing, Intruding, Prying.........

“A doctor can bury his mistakes, but an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines”

Frank Lloyd Wright (Chaotic Life of Design)


Today's Foodism: The Dining Experience Goes Artistic

How many times have you looked at your plate and imagined all that it could be … not simply what it was? The aesthetic appeal was not enough to pique your interest, so you figured you would tweak a little of this, reassemble a little of that, switch a few things around and—voila!—your artistic interpretation on a plate. 15 more words


The Amish, Andy Warhol and Frank Lloyd Wright: Pennsylvania

The route up from West Virginia brings us to Pittsburgh, PA. Pennsylvania has a broad and varied history, from Philadelphia’s legacy of the American Revolution, to the industry of Allentown, or the Josh Ritter song that… 1,228 more words