The Muse of Music: Wright’s Legacy in Song
In the Spring 2022 Quarterly, Graphic Design Fellow Brie Flewelling explores the impact of music on Frank Lloyd Wright, and in turn the effect of Wright’s work and legacy on contemporary musicians.
Brienna Flewelling | Jul 17, 2022
Living in Brilliance
Original resident of Wright’s Usonia Roland Reaisley spoke with journalist, author, and fellow Usonia resident Richard Bradley about commissioning a Frank Lloyd Wright house, living in Usonia, and the experience of residing in a Wright-designed structure for over 70 years.
Richard Bradley | Apr 22, 2022
Growing Up Wright
Jim Dublinski recalls the joy and inspiration of growing up in Frank Lloyd Wright’s Avery Coonley House.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Apr 17, 2022
A Powerful Brand: Marion Mahony’s Original Form of Graphic Representation
Jennifer Gray examines the importance and contributions of Marion Mahony, the artist responsible for creating Frank Lloyd Wright’s signature style of representation in the early years of his career.
Jennifer Gray | Feb 14, 2022
Building Broadacre: Jennifer Gray in Conversation with David Romero
Jennifer Gray speaks with designer David Romero about his research and process when creating a virtual model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s ambitious Broadacre City concept.
Jennifer Gray | Jan 12, 2022
Transcendental Spaces: Frank Lloyd Wright and John Lautner Through My Lens
Architectural and editorial photographer Elizabeth Daniels reflects on an assignment to photograph John Lautner’s Sheats-Goldstein Residence and the revitalizing nature of both Lautner and Frank Lloyd Wright buildings.
Elizabeth Daniels | Jan 9, 2022
Remembering David Dodge
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is saddened to announce the passing of Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice and Taliesin Architect David Dodge. Dodge passed away on December 30, 2021 at the age of 91. Please join us in celebrating his life and accomplishments.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Dec 31, 2021