Frank Lloyd Wright

Restoring a Chemically Stained Floor at the Lautner House
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Restoring a Chemically Stained Floor at the Lautner House

Architect John Lautner spent six years under the apprenticeship of Frank Lloyd... More

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Building the Wright Way

In 1950 the Chahroud's asked Frank Lloyd Wright to design a house for them on their newly acquired island in Lake Mahopac, N.Y. Their instruction to him was to "design the house of his dreams" and there is indication that Wright did just that. More

A New Frank Lloyd Wright Project
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A New Frank Lloyd Wright Project

Designed in 1950 for a specific site (a rock out-cropping passes right through the... More

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Inner Space

In the midst of a city still mourning the losses suffered with the collapse of the World Trade Center, the opening of the American Folk Art Museum is a cause for rejoicing. The first major building completed since September 11, the structure is receiving enthusiastic architectural reviews. Critics are already pronouncing it one of the 16 greatest architectural sites in the city. Architectural critic Martin Filler calls it "not only New York's greatest museum since Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim was completed in 1959, but nothing less than the city's best work of architecture since then—period." More

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Usonian Automatic: Wright's Concrete Masonry

About 1950, Frank Lloyd Wright designed a concrete masonry building system that he called Usonian Automatic. More

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The Guggenheim -- a Concrete Work of Art

More sculpture than building, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City is what its creator Frank Lloyd wright called organic architecture. Entering this architectural spaceship is like walking into a giant concrete seashell. More

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Concrete Veneer Duplicates 1929 Masonry

A second expansion of the Arizona Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix has spurred yet a second cost-efficient method of matching the unique appearance of Frank Lloyd Wright's original textile block construction. More

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Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim Museum
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