The Storer House (1923) by Frank Lloyd Wright in the Hollywood Hills. From the book Freestyle: The New Architecture and Interior Design from Los Angeles by Tim Street-Porter.
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple, 1906. My pics, but feel free to use as desktop backgrounds.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s V.C. Morris Gift Shop Building (1948) in San Francisco
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater (1936), Mill Run, Pa.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dana-Thomas House (1904), Springfield, Illinois
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin East (1911), Spring Green, Wisconsin
Our 600-acre Taliesin estate in Spring Green, WI, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1911, is once again awakening from hibernation to welcome tourists.
The full tour season begins May 1st and the National Historic site will be open every day through October 31st. Learn more here.
Here’s a great shot of our Taliesin Evening last Saturday night at Taliesin West.
Wright believed that successful architects needed charm in order to win over clients. Wright and his wife, Olgivanna, would host elaborate formal evenings that featured plays, movies or music in the cabaret theater in order to give their apprentices a chance to hone their social skills. This tradition still carries on today at our Taliesin, the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House (1924), Los Angeles
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Wingspread (1937), Racine, Wisconsin