Frank Lloyd Wright

On his 150th birthday, a digital tour of the architect's best designs.
1. Wright’s childhood nursery was decorated with engravings of English cathedrals.
Now he's come out with an intriguing concept for a book: 100 Years, 100 Architects - and it's a winner. In it, Hill looks
As for that RCA 45-RPM record changer? "I still have it," he says. "It doesn't work, but it's in my collection." "Right now
After getting my Master's degree in English, I applied for the Ph.D. program in the Gothic novel at the University of Rochester
A house with a one-of-a-kind pedigree will soon hit the auction block in Los Angeles. Built in 1939 -- the same year as Fallingwater -- it was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, its construction supervised by a young John Lautner.
Fortunately, on the day I went, Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House was open. This was his first local commission 1919-21
A chance to own your very own historical landmark! Designed by the son of famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, this five-bedroom, three-bath Glendale home has been immaculately restored to maintain its original look and feel.
Chicago is tired of being flown over. It is tired of being called the third coast. It is tired of being known for its fierce wind, multiple members of the Daley family, and the Mob. It is tired of being called the Second City.The first Chicago Architecture Biennial -- a success on many counts -- lays all that to rest.
Glaze Fire is prepping for month full of fun Halloween activities at its studio It's fortuitous to be surrounded by brilliant
Interior designer Daun Curry takes her cues from her clients and the places in which they choose to live.
With its linear and geometric shapes, symmetry and a style that expressed the vibrancy of the mid '20s through '30s, Art Deco's visual arts style inspired many other facets including old Hollywood in both classic films and gorgeous movie palaces.
On view through July 19, the exhibition is a comprehensive display of how the region pushed itself into the modern age through daring, experimental designs. Over 500 never-before-shown pieces of architectural drawings and models, vintage photographs, footage, as well as ephemera from universities, and architecture offices are now on display.
You almost have to be lost to find it. And even then, if you don't know in your bones what you're looking at, you might not realize what you've found. The first time I saw the place, half a dozen years ago, it was hidden by scrub pines.
Earlier this month, Routledge Press announced the publication of Drawing from Practice: Architects and the Meaning of Freehand. It was inspired by a column I wrote in this space in January 2011.