From the Spoon to the City: An architect’s perspective

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The Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s latest exhibition From the Spoon to the City: Design by Architects from LACMA’s Collection highlights great design from the 20th century and explores architects’ passion for designing both buildings and their contents.  It includes objects by Frank Lloyd Wright, Marcel Breuer, Rudolph Schindler, Richard Neutra, Michael Graves, and Frank Gehry. The slideshow below …

Great Estates: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona

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“Living in the desert is the spiritual cathartic a great many people need.  I am one of them.” -FLW This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the iconic Fifth Avenue building designed by seminal architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The museum’s golden anniversary has inspired a year-long series of events beginning with the exhibition Frank Lloyd …

National Trust lists America’s most endangered historic sites for 2009

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The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced its annual list of the most endangered historic places in the United States today, ranging from the sacred site of Mount Taylor, New Mexico to the Enola Gay Hangar at Wendover Airfield in Utah. Among the 11 sites on this year’s list are:*  Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois Designed for Frank Lloyd …