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…

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Visit the 8 American Frank Lloyd Wright buildings recently given UNESCO status; Sarah Marshall; Irish Examiner

Sarah Marshall looks at some of the architect’s finest works, which are open to tourists today.

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First stop: Taj Mahal. Next stop: Taliesin; Jay Rath; Isthmus

Tourism officials hope UNESCO designation means more visitors to Frank Lloyd Wright sites

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Wright’s Hollyhock House Inscribed On UNESCO World Heritage List; Patch

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The Boynton House: Tour a Frank Lloyd Wright home in Rochester; Dan Gross; Rochester First

News 8 took a tour with the owner, Jane Parker, Rochester’s own Wright house, The Boyton House on East Boulevard.

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Want to see more of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House? Now you can; Jeanette Marantos; LA Times

Hollyhock House, L.A.’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, is expanding its indoor tour to include more rooms and a virtual tour that offers closeups of the architectural landmark…

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A Beloved Wright-Designed Home in L.A. Designated a UNESCO Site; Link TV

An east Hollywood landmark designed by Frank Lloyd Wright is added to the list of UNESCO sites.

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Taliesin West Inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List; City Sun Times

With 11 of his buildings in the Greater Phoenix area alone, most Valley residents are familiar with the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright’s visionary work cemented…

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8 Frank Llloyd Wright Buildings Are Now Protected by UNESCO; Stephanie Rogers; Dornob

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock house and 6 other landmark homes with public tours; Kathie Bozanich; Daily News

Here are the other Southland homes on the national landmarks list that offer public tours…

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Frank Lloyd Wright: 8 structures are on the UNESCO World Heritage List; Sakshi Lakhotia; Architectural Digest

Know everything about the eight defining projects completed by the American architect of the 20th century, Frank Llyod Wright, UNESCO world heritage sites…

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Meet the Photographer on a Mission to Shoot Every Frank Lloyd Wright Structure Ever Built; Rachel Cormack; Robb Report

In their best light, of course.

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15 of the World’s Most Historically Significant Doors; Elizabeth Quinn Brown; Architectural Digest

These beautiful and iconic doors are works of art in their own right

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8 Iconic Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings to Be UNESCO World Heritage Sites; Rose Heichelbech; Dusty Old Thing

The buildings capture a very particular look which is still popular today.

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Hollyhock House in Los Angeles declared UNESCO World Heritage Site; Asian Age

The first Los Angeles landmark to be designated a World Heritage Site.

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Eight Frank Lloyd Wright Masterpieces Join UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites; Richelle H Concio; Science Times

The World Heritage Committee from UNESCO agreed on the said designation along with Italy’s Prosecco wine region.

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim museum added to UNESCO World Heritage List; Tom Walker; Attractions Management

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim museum added to UNESCO World Heritage List…

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House is named a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Frances Anderton; KCRW

On Sunday, July 7, 2019, Hollyhock House, Frank Lloyd Wright’s first house in Southern California, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  It and seven other structures were collectively inscribed as a serial nomination entitled The…

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See Hollyhock House, California’s Newest Unesco World Heritage Site; Jill Cowan; NY Times

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