franklloydwright Photos & Videos

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Tree Of Life >> A wood screen, modeled after stained glass found in the Martin House by Frank Lloyd Wright. This piece was purchased at Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin.

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#MondayMotivation Talking about works living after you. Frank Lloyd Wright, one of Architecture's greatest has added another feather to his cap, even posthumously. Eight buildings by acclaimed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright have been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. (Swipe to see the buildings.) Titled “The 20th-Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright,” the list of eight major works span Wright’s 70-year career with schemes such as Unity Temple, Taliesin West, Fallingwater, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. The eight schemes played a prominent role in the development and evolution of Modern architecture during the first half of the 20th century and continuing into the present. Spanning 50 years of Wright's career, the buildings are united by three attributes: spatial manipulation and abstraction, natural forms and principles, and responsive to the evolving American experience. The collection of buildings joins over 1000 designated sites currently on the UNESCO World Heritage List, including some of the most recognizable buildings in the world like the Taj Mahal and Sydney Opera House. These structures are recognized for their extraordinary cultural significance and "outstanding universal values." (Source - www.archdaily.com) What an Honour!!! This week we take a closer look at these buildings.  But my charge to you is - What are you doing now, that will live after you? And bring honour to you years after you pass on? #MondayMotivation #FrankLloydWright #ArchitectureGreats #UNESCOworldHeritageList #BestEight #Legacies #AmericanArchitecture #FallingWater #ArchiStudents #Architects #Designers. #OasisDesignsByBrendaUnu #Architecture #Blogging #AndMore

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Hoy despedimos al gran Cesar Pelli, prestigioso arquitecto argentino, oriundo de Tucumán, mundialmente reconocido. El deceso se produjo en Estados Unidos, donde Pelli tenía su estudio @pcparch , confirmó a Reuters una fuente del diario provincial tucumano ‘La Gaceta’, que contactó al arquitecto argentino Aníbal Bellomío, de la firma de Pelli. “Con orgullo despedimos a César Pelli, que fue el creador de uno de los edificios más icónicos de Buenos Aires: nuestra sede en Puerto Madero. Dejó huella con sus magníficas obras en su país y en el mundo. Un verdadero embajador del talento argentino. Hasta siempre, Maestro”, dijo la petrolera estatal @ypfoficial Entre otras obras de Pelli se destacan la construcción de la Embajada de Estados Unidos en Tokio, el World Financial Center en Nueva York (actualmente Brookfield Place), el Transbay Transit Center de San Francisco, la torre de Bank Boston en Buenos Aires y la Gran Torre Santiago, parte del complejo comercial Costanera Center en Chile. A sus 92 años decimos, ¡Adiós Cesar! #CesarPelli #moshesafdie #FrankLloydWright #isozaki #arquitectura #architecture #arquitetura #architect #lecorbusier #zahahadid #alvaraalto #miesvanderrohe #frankgehry #normanfoster #louiskahn #oscarniemeyer #waltergropius #phillipjohnson #impei #carlosraulvillanueva #architecturephotography #kevinroche #doshi

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The Martin House in a residential historic district in Buffalo, New York, is considered to be one of the most important projects from Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie School era. It ranks, along with The Guggenheim in New York City and Fallingwater in Pennsylvania, among his greatest works. Wright designed 15 distinctive patterns of art glass for the Martin complex that are stunning. Some of the nearly 400 art glass windows contain over 750 individual pieces of jewel-like iridescent glass. I can attest well worth a visit. #MartinHouse #franklloydwright #architect #buffalo #prairieschool #design #artglass #artglasswindows

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_ 木と大理石で統一したトイレスペースです。 収納スペースもあり、広々とした快適な空間となっています。 #オーガニックハウス #フランクロイドライト #注文住宅 #新築 #暮らし #デザイン #自由設計 #住まい #トイレ #ナチュラル #シンプル #シンプルな暮らし #リノベーション #インテリア #シンプルインテリア #ナチュラルインテリア #トイレインテリア #トイレ収納 #design #room #toilet #marble #architecture #interiordesign #interior #homedecor #decor #decoration #organichouse #franklloydwright _ オーガニックハウスのモデルハウス実例はこちら ---------------------------------------------------- more photos ▷ @organic_house_official ---------------------------------------------------- プロフィールページのURLからどうぞ。

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Siendo turista durante mis últimos días en LA.

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25 years of amazing memories at my Mom and Jerry’s gorgeous Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home in #BurtonMI that is now for sale as they prepare to downsize... blessed with all the family functions, Easter Egg Hunts, Thanksgiving dinners, Christmas parties, birthdays, Sunday dinners, Class reunions, and more at this amazing house. If you know any in the market for a unique home in Genesee County... this is worth the trip to see this house!! the Indoor Racquetball court is perfect for adults play or kids at family functions! It’s very special and deserves a special family’s love. . . . #BurtonMichigan #Houseforsale #GeneseeCounty #RaquetballCourt #BeautifulHome #MustSee #sliceofHeaven #brookwoodgolf #imabrookwood #flintmichigan #lapeercounty #ForMarNaturePreserve #beautifulhome #peacefulhome #bestfamilyfunctions #franklloydwright #puremichigan #lovethishouse #manygreatmenorieshere #willmissthishouse . . #daxshepard and #kristenanniebell heard you liked Frank Lloyd Wright Homes in general 😊

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Long weekend in the Windy City to spark some creativity.

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A peek inside Frank Llyod Wright’s masterpiece

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frank lloyd wright's robie house, the last and most quintissential of his prairie style work. shoutout to @flwtrust and @art.of.chi for the opportunity to explore this unesco world heritage site.

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سزار پلی (CESAR PELLI) من ساختمان های خود را شبیه به تکه هایی از شهر می بینم، و در طرح های خود آن ها را به شکلی خاص برای شهروندان توضیح می دهم. سزار پلی در21 اکتبر 1926 در سن میگوئل توسومان(San Miguel de Tucumán) ، آرژانتین متولد شد. او طراح برج های پتروناس در مالزی داده است. این برج ها مانند الماس در این شهر می درخشند، ارتفاع آن ها 73.5 متر می باشد. by: @memare_rooz #architecture #architect #sketch #model #cesarpelli #architecturalmodel #archimodel #maquette #maqueta #structurey #archsketch #iarchitectures #ttuconstru #ARQSKETCH #archiloverz #arquitecturanew #usmarquitectura #arquisemteta #papodearquiteto #arqpedia #architectdesigne #archivalue #architect_need #architects_need #اسكيس #arch_impressive #franklloydwright #archi_field ... #طراحي #آموزش -معماري #آموزش -نرم افزار #طراحي -داخلي

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فرانک لوید رایت (FRANK LIYOD WRIGHT) پزشک می تواند خطاهای خود را دفن کند، اما معمار نمی تواند به ببینده خود بگوید این خطا را نبین. او در 8 ژوئن 1867 به دنیا آمد و در سال 1959 در سن 91 سالگی از دنیا رفت. او در طول زندگی خود یک معمار، طراح داخلی و یک نویسنده بزرگ بود. وی بیش از 1000 ساختمان را در لیست کارهای خود قرار داد و فلسفه اش این بود که باید هارمونی بین انسان ها و محیط اطرافشان وجود داشته باشد، مفهومی که وی از آن صحبت می نمود معماری ارگانیک نام داشت. یکی از کارهای بسیار برجسته او، پروژه آبشار است که در سال 1935 طراحی شده است. For More Follow : @memare_rooz . . #architecture #architect #sketch #model #architecturalmodel #archimodel #maquette #maqueta #structurey #archsketch #iarchitectures #ttuconstru #ARQSKETCH #archiloverz #arquitecturanew #usmarquitectura #arquisemteta #papodearquiteto #arqpedia #architectdesigne #archivalue #architect_need #architects_need #اسكيس #arch_impressive #franklloydwright #archi_field ... #طراحي #آموزش -معماري #آموزش -نرم افزار #طراحي -داخلي #فرانك_لويد_رايت

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Frank knows windows

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Thank you @kcrw for the post and great segment on DnA! ⁣ ⁣• One of the most important cultural structures on the planet sits on a hilltop in Los Feliz — Frank Lloyd Wright’s The Hollyhock House. The House, Wright’s first in Southern California, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site this month.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ If you’ve never been to Hollyhock House, it feels like you’re walking into an ancient temple, past 250-pound concrete doors into a low ceiled entrance hall where, if you’re on a self-guided tour, you’ll pick your own adventure. It’s impossible to convey all the details but you’ll see Wright incorporating his interpretation of Barnsdall’s favorite flower, the hollyhock, into nearly everything: furniture, carpets, planters, laylights and art glass windows. It’s Wright's first courtyard house which includes an open floor plan with fluid interaction between indoor and outdoor living spaces.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ But something most people don’t realize? There’s a heroine behind The Hollyhock House story: “Aline Barnsdall was such an extraordinary person herself,” says Jeffrey Herr, The Hollyhock House curator, “And it took her vision to be the impetus for Frank Lloyd Wright to do the work he did at Hollyhock House.” ⁣⁣ Hear the full story on #KCRWDnA. Link in bio.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Have you paid Wright’s masterpiece a visit yet? ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ________⁣ Reporting and 📸: Brigid Kelly⁣ ⁣ #hollyhockhouse #franklloydwright #barnsdallartpark #architecture #laarchitecture ⁣⁣

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• Guggenheim Museum • Architect : Frank Lloyd Wright Location: New York Completed: 1959 Style: Modern Solomon R. Guggenheim began collecting art in 1890 but it wasn't until 1926 that he met Hilla von Rebay who introduced him into European avant-garde Art. He then started collecting the works of Wassily Kandinsky, among others. The first public displays of his collection were at his apartment in the Plaza Hotel. Then in 1937 he created the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. The need for a more permanent building to house his collection became evident in the early 40s. Frank Lloyd Wright gained the commission to design the museum in New York City in 1943. It took him 15 years, 700 sketches and six sets of working drawings to create the museum. Wright's original concept was different from the conventional museum layout approach, in which visitors are led through a series of interconnected rooms and forced to retrace their steps when exiting. Wright's plan was for the guests to ride an elevator to the top of the building, to descend along the gentle slope of the continuous ramp and to see the atrium as the last work of art. The open rotunda afforded viewers the unique possibility of seeing several bays of work on different levels simultaneously and even to interact with guests on other levels. The building embodies Wright's attempts to render the inherent plasticity of organic forms in architecture. The surface was made out of concrete to reduce the cost, contrary to the stone finish that Wright had wanted. He actually proposed a red-colored exterior, which was, of course, never realized. People worried that the architecture would outshine the art inside, but the effect is quite the opposite. Today, you actually start at the base of the ramp and finish the tour by taking the elevator down straight into the gift shop, how very convenient. However the slow-paced promenade experience remains, allowing you to admire each gallery without missing out. The Guggenheim opened its doors to big crowds on October 21, 1959 and is celebrating 60 years as an icon where radical art and architecture meet. Hope you enjoyed! ✨

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