Frank Lloyd Wright Archives

Andrew Pielage visited a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed space for the first time in 2011. The then-hotel manager with a love for landscape photography was hooked. “Once you see it, it’s hard to not go back and see more,” Pielage says. “It’s not just something you see. Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture is something you feel. He’s curating our experience in his buildings through his design techniques.” That visit to Taliesin West started a journey into architectural...

The School of Architecture at Taliesin (SoAT) recently announced that this semester will be its last, and it will be closing by the end of June. The school and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, which are two separate entities, were not able to reach an agreement to keep the school open, according to a press release published by SoAT. SoAT has been operating for 88 years. It began as a fellowship program where Frank Lloyd...

1. Build It!: Frank Lloyd Wright at Chandler Public Library – June 21
Set the Legos aside for a day and discover what it would be like to be architect Frank Lloyd Wright with activities inspired by his career like city planning and structure building. There will also be an exhibit that showcases Wright’s time in Chandler and how he contributed to the community. Free. 2-3:30 p.m. Chandler Public Library, 22 S. Delaware St., Chandler,


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