Frank Lloyd Wright

Should Architects Work With Nature or Resist It?

Frank Lloyd Wright famously urged architects to follow nature's lead. But as the planet warms, and with sustainability an inadequate response, they may need to pursue a more defensive, “resilient” position.

Frank Lloyd Wright urged architects to work with nature. But as the planet warms, they may need to pursue a more defensive, “resilient” position.

When Frank Lloyd Wright Lived at the Plaza Hotel

Three experts who worked with Frank Lloyd Wright recall his days living in New York City at the Plaza Hotel—from Wright's secret meeting with Marilyn Monroe to his epic Easter celebrations.

Three experts who worked with Frank Lloyd Wright recall his days living in New York City at the Plaza Hotel—from Wright’s secret meeting with Marilyn Monroe to his epic Easter celebrations.

When Phyllis Lambert Painted Frank Lloyd Wright in the Plaza Hotel

Philip Johnson and Frank Lloyd Wright had a notoriously contentious relationship. Here's Phyllis Lambert's account (and painting) of their final encounter, before Wright's death in 1959.

Philip Johnson and Frank Lloyd Wright had a notoriously contentious relationship. Here’s Phyllis Lambert’s account (and painting) of their final encounter, before Wright’s death in 1959.

Nine of Taliesin West’s Most Iconic Student Shelters

The student-designed desert shelters at Taliesin West, which began in 1938 with John Lautner's lean-to and continue today, provide a window into architecture's evolving relationship with the natural environment.

The student-designed desert shelters at Taliesin West, which began in 1938 with John Lautner’s lean-to and continue today, provide a window into architecture’s evolving relationship with the natural environment.

A Photographic Tour of Taliesin West Today

Photographer Brian Guido takes us on an in-depth tour around Frank Lloyd Wright's ever-evolving "camp for adults," capturing everything from its petroglyph-inscribed boulders to its unique bright blue chairs.

Photographer Brian Guido takes us on an in-depth tour around Frank Lloyd Wright’s ever-evolving “camp for adults,” capturing everything from its petroglyph-inscribed boulders to its unique bright blue chairs.

This Architect Digitally Preserves FLW’s Unbuilt Projects In His Spare Time

David Romero, who cites Frank Lloyd Wright as a “hero,” is motivated by a desire to preserve, as objectively as possible, the 20th century architectural giant’s prolific body of work.

David Romero, who cites Frank Lloyd Wright as a “hero,” is motivated by a desire to preserve, as objectively as possible, the 20th century architectural giant’s prolific body of work.