October is here and the week's Wright-related news includes some exciting stories including the sale of a Wright-designed service station; bringing the Larkin Building back to "life"; A Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture exhibit; and an Irving J. Gill celebration. Let us know what you think and enjoy!
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Wright's Lindholm Service Station Sold
The Duluth News Tribune reports that the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed R.W. Lindholm Service Station in Cloquet, MN has been sold outside the original commissioning family to some of the station's long-time employees. Follow the link to learn more about the new owners and their plans for the building. Read more.
Bringing The Larkin Building To Virtual Life
A very talented computer artist named David has put many hours and lots of research into bringing Frank Lloyd Wright's lost Larkin Building back to life--virtually, at least. Check out what this stunning modern design once looked like by following the link. Read more.
Frank Lloyd Wright School Of Architecture Exhibit
If you're near Spring Green, WI and are interested in architecture, then plan to attend the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture's midpoint exhibition 7:00 pm on Thursday October 6, 2016 at the White School located at 242 N. Lexington Street. Follow the link to learn more. Read more.
Irving J. Gill: New Architecture For A Great Country
The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that James Guthrie—architect, president, and co-founder of the Irving J. Gill Foundation—has pulled together 14 organizations in a collaborative project titled “Irving J. Gill: New Architecture for a Great Country.” The Gill portion of the month-long "Archtober"celebration of architecture and design includes nine exhibitions plus a symposium, tours, talks and publications. Follow the link to learn more. Read more.
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