Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim (1959), New York City

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Wendingen, Journal of Architecture & Art

Covers, 1921-25

Wendingen (“Upheaval,” in Dutch) was a monthly journal that ran from 1918-1932. Its covers bear witness to the transition from Art Nouveau to de Stijl. Published in Amsterdam, the journal shows the profound influence of Frank Lloyd Wright: seven entire issues are devoted to Wright, including the striking black-and-red cover designed by the journal’s editor, Hendrik Wijdeveld.

  • H. Th. Wijdeveld, 1925
  • El Lissitzky, 1921
  • B. Bijvoet and J. Duiker, 1921
  • Johan Polet, 1923
  June 14, 2014 at 07:20am

themanonfive:

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House in Hyde Park (1963)

  June 08, 2014 at 09:50am
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  June 08, 2014 at 08:00am

Fallingwater _ Mill Run, Pennsylvania

jiachi:

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A tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic house, in the rain.

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The Kaufmanns of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater are the same as the Kaufmanns of Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann Desert House! Who knew?

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See-Mor’s All-Star Grill _ Normalville, Pennsylvania

  May 23, 2014 at 11:37am
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danism1:

Fallingwater - Frank Lloyd Wright

A Conversation with Lynda Waggoner - Western 

Edgar and Liliane Kaufmann relaxing on the master terrace, 1940s

  May 23, 2014 at 11:31am
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matthewmorganmusic:

On the eve of being dismantled, in the midst of a snowstorm, a Frank Lloyd Wright house of rare quality is captured in its original location for the last time.

The 1954 Bachman Wilson House, increasingly threatened by an adjacent river and the changing climate, will be trucked piece by piece from Millstone, NJ, to its new home, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, in Bentonville, AR.


Directed by Jon Roemer - www.JonRoemer.com

Music by Matthew Morgan.

dhmsiftings:

The Acres (1949) Frank Lloyd Wright by MI SHPO on Flickr.