This week the groundhog saw his shadow...so expect 6 more weeks of winter, unfortunately. To pass the time until spring comes, check out this week's news on several Wright-related topics, including bringing an unbuilt Wright design to life; the passing of a Taliesin apprentice; a new Wright homeowner blog; and Usonia I on the radio waves.
Check out all of the curated news below and as always: Keep Calm and Wright On!
Wright's Trinity Chapel Brought To Life
David Romero has done it again. The talented digital artist/architect has brought an unrealized Frank Lloyd Wright design to life: Trinity Chapel, originally designed for Norman, Oklahoma. Follow the link to learn and see more. Read more.
In Memoriam: Carter Hugh Manny Jr. | Studied With Wright and Mies
Former Taliesin apprentice Carter Hugh Manny Jr. passed away February 2, 2017 at the age of 98. Carter also spent time with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and ultimately had a successful architectural career that included participating in the development of O’Hare International Airport. Follow the link to learn more about Carter's life and legacy. Read more.
We recently shared news of the new stewards of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Elizabeth Murphy Residence, the newly discovered American System-Built House near Milwaukee, WI. Well, these intrepid owners have started a blog chronicling their experiences with the home. Check it out by following the link. Read more.
99% Invisible: Usonia I
Chicago Public Radio's "99% Invisible" recently spotlighted Frank Lloyd Wright's First Jacobs House ("Usonia I") the architect's contribution to the small house movement before it was hip. Catch it all here. Read more.
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