Cosanti Foundation welcomes School of Architecture at Taliesin with open arms; Terrance Thornton; Your Valley

The School of Architecture at Taliesin will no longer be attached to the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. In the early weeks of June, proponents of both the School of Architecture at Taliesin and the Cosanti Foundation made a formal announcement of splitting the educational entity into two physical locations:

  • Cosanti, which is located in the Town of Paradise Valley; and
  • The famed Arcosanti site near Cordes Junction, just north of Phoenix.

Source: Cosanti Foundation welcomes School of Architecture at Taliesin with open arms

Inside Frank Lloyd Wright’s Astounding Legacy; Elizabeth Stamp; Architectural Digest

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Celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright’s Birthday With a Virtual Taliesin Talk; Jennifer Goldberg; Phoenix New Times

Here are a few ways to celebrate the architect’s 153rd birthday.

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Destinations of New York State

Designed by visionary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright and part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Guggenheim Museum is home to one of the world…

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Frank Lloyd Wright has been called the most famous architect in history. Here are 13 of his best buildings; Frank Olito; Business Insider

The Guggenheim Museum and the Fallingwater house in Pennsylvania are among Frank Lloyd Wright’s most iconic work.

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Visiting Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and Mäntylä; Amy Dvorak; Dwell

Completed in 1938, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater is as relevant as ever—and a model of architectural conservancy. Amy Dvorak tours the home and spend the night in his nearby Mäntylä to learn what you can’t experience through photos alone.

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Frank Lloyd Wright Fans Pick Oak Park, Illinois; Deborah Charnes; Chron

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.* Visitors to Chicago will recognize the windy city has had many a great architect…

Source: Frank Lloyd Wright Fans Pick Oak Park, Illinois

Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright; Matthew Barker; Icon Eye

As the work of Frank Lloyd Wright enters the UNESCO World Heritage List, Matthew Barker considers Fallingwater, the embodiment of his quest for natural harmony and his disregard for engineers.

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Bold Thinker Who Redefined US Architecture Receives Honor for the Ages; Dora Mekouar; VOA News

He is arguably America’s best known architect — in part because he was a shameless self-promoter — but Frank Lloyd Wright also possessed the talent and success to back up his boasts. And now eight of his designs are being recognized on a global scale.   “The 20th century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright” was recently added to the list of  UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The designation is given to places that are deemed to have “outstanding universal value to humanity.” It’s rare for an architect to be designated by name…

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Taliesin West in Scottsdale added to World Heritage List; Melissa Robbins; Cronkite News

The slanted roofs of Taliesin West mimic nearby ridgelines in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains. Its massive stone walls, long and low-slung, almost blend into the surrounding desert. Legendary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright began construction on Taliesin West, meant to be his winter home, in 1937. His vision was to create a structure that reflected the expansiveness of the Sonoran Desert. Eight decades later, the complex and seven other landmarks designed by Wright have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The designation, which was announced July 7 during a ceremony…

Source: Taliesin West in Scottsdale added to World Heritage List