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Robie House

posted 05.11 in resources.

Frank Lloyd Wright 1909.

Not Frank

posted 05.11 in news.

The cheek. Metricon probably got me most offside when they named a house the Arkley. But more recently I noticed in The Age that they have a new really, really large house, just when we thought they were an aberration of the Naughties. This 456 sqm...

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Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

posted 04.10 in resources.

Taliesin West
[12621 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd]
Scottsdale, AZ 85259

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

posted 04.10 in resources.

[1071 5th Avenue]
(at 89th Street)
New York
New York

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The Guggenheim New York - year by year

posted 04.10 in resources.

Titled “Keeping Faith with an Idea: A Time Line of the Guggenheim Museum, 1943-59”, this 50th anniversary timeline covers the 16 year gestation and construction of Frank Lloyd Wright’s curly wonder. Beware, the site is 100%...

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Museum Meiji-Mura

posted 06.09 in resources.

“An open-air museum for preserving and exhibiting Japanese architecture of the Meiji period (1868-1912).” Contains a good sized chunk of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Imperial Hotel, transplanted there in the 1960s. The reassembled foyer...

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Wright and women architects

posted 06.09 in news.

Beverly Willis launched her new short film, “A Girl Is A Fellow Here”: 100 Women Architects in the Studio of Frank Lloyd Wright, at the Guggenheim in New York on Wednesday. Marion Mahoney (1871–1961) gets a mention in this Metropolis article...

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Marion Mahoney

posted 01.08 in news.

The Americans are starting to discover who Marion Mahoney Griffin was. About time. This New York Times article reveals to its readership how to pronounce “Mahoney” before attributing a good chunk of Frank Lloyd Wright’s early fame...

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Great modern buildings

posted 10.07 in news.

A Guardian special, with an introduction by Jonathan Glancey. An unlikely bunch of famous names write about the buildings – Germaine Greer on Notre Dame du Haut: On the way back to Venice from a holiday in Spain we had made a detour to...

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antoni gaudi, film, frank gehry, gender, guggenheim, jørn utzon, le corbusier, marion mahoney, metricon, modernism, nicholas grimshaw, walter burley griffin, zaha hadid