From Masterpieces – The Most Extraordinary Buildings Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
The Auldbrass Plantation, a Frank Lloyd Wright designed multiple building project built for client C. Leigh Stevens during the 1940’s, was in an absolute state of shambles by the mid 1980’s, when famed Hollywood film producer Joel Silver discovered and acquired the site. …
The Frank Lloyd Wright Revival Initiative is an organization dedicated to the re-building of demolished Frank Lloyd Wright designed structures on their original sites. These structures will be built without compromise, excepting those modifications necessary to meet modern building code requirements.
The Unitarian Church in Madison and the Guggenheim Museum in New York are famous buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. But Wright designed one other building in a career that spanned more than seven decades.
Mark Koehn has the remarkable story of a prairie home for puppies.