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fannyrosie · 13 days ago
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As a fan of architecture, I had been meaning to check out the Jiyu Gakuen Miyonichikan (自由学園明日館), an old school designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1921, for a while, and I finally managed to go last week. They have uncommon opening days for visits because they host a lot of weddings and meetings, so you need to check their calendar on their website. Anyway, like the nerd I am, I dressed up in the colours of the building. I posted the pictures of the building separately HERE. Outfit rundown: Hat: Vintage Cardigan: thrifted Fint Blouse: old FF21 Skirt: second-hand Mary Magdalene Bag: second-hand Axes Femme Shoes: second-hand Queen Bee Coat: Mary Magdalene Tights: Taobao from a long time ago Painting brooch: vintage Wood harp brooch: Zack Zack Seiffen Stamp cat brooch: Via Carousel Shiso earrings: I can't remember the artist from Design Festa
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vintagehomecollection · 2 months ago
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The Los Angeles House, 1995
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basicartseries · 8 months ago
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Storer House, from Wallworks (1988)
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jonathan-e · a year ago
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Fallingwater. Private commission. Watercolour.
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nobrashfestivity · 9 months ago
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Frank Lloyd Wright. Drawings and Designs.
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juliaknz · 28 days ago
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ALDEN B. DOW HOME AND STUDIO, 1941 Midland, Michigan, US Images © Alden B. Dow Home & Studio; TRAVERSE360 ARCHITECTURE 
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coolthingsguyslike · 3 months ago
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youneedone2 · a month ago
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Fallingwater by Anton Kutznetsov
Fallingwater is a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in southwest Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands, about 90 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh. The house was built partly over a waterfall on Bear Run in the Mill Run section of Stewart Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, located in the Laurel Highlands of the Allegheny Mountains. The house was designed as a weekend home for the family of Liliane and Edgar J. Kaufmann, owner of Kaufmann's Department Store.
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ungoliantschilde · 10 months ago
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Frank Lloyd Wright.
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topcat77 · 4 months ago
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Frank Lloyd Wright
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fannyrosie · 13 days ago
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Jiyu Gakuen Miyonichikan (自由学園明日館) by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1921
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architectureandfilmblog · 3 months ago
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Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright
EXPLORE FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT’S STUDIO DIGITALLY (2018)
While I’m sure it doesn’t come close to the experience of being there in person, this interactive 3D tour is probably the next best thing, especially given our more limited travel options at the moment. (Photo by Andrew Pielage via design-milk)
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equatorjournal · 11 months ago
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israelcastillophoto · 3 months ago
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T H E G U G G E N H E I M M U S E U M.
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uwmspeccoll · 3 days ago
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Decorative Sunday
This Decorative Sunday we’re bringing you images from Frank Lloyd Wright The Rooms: Interiors and Decorative Arts, published in 2014 by Rizzoli International Publications in New York City. Including text by Margo Stipe, Curator of Collections for the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation since 1989, the photography is the work of architectural photographer Alan Weintraub, and the book design is by Zand Gee. Weintraub and Gee have collaborated on over twenty architectural books, including seven books on the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, all for Rizzoli International.
Wright was an early advocate of the “total design” concept, extending the architectural mandate to include interior details like tables, bookcases, murals, and stained glass “light screens.” A Wisconsin native, Milwaukee is home to the Wright designed Bogk House and the Burnham Block, as well as the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Wauwatosa. Southern Wisconsin holds many notable Frank Lloyd Wright homes and buildings, including Taliesin, his primary home and studio, now a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Stipe writes: “Wright believed that all the elements of a house needed to exhibit a consistent grammar. Once the geometry and decorative theme of the house had been determined, all details were designed to support the larger whole, whether art glass, furniture, or lighting.”
See more of our Decorative Sunday posts here.
-Olivia, Special Collections Graduate Intern
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nobrashfestivity · 9 months ago
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Andy Burgess, Falling Water
Frank Lloyd Wright, Falling water (detail)
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moodboardmix · 6 months ago
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Samuel and Harriet Freeman House, 1962 Glencoe Way, Hollywood, California,
The house was constructed with more than 12,000 cast concrete blocks used both inside and out, and features a salon-style layout with a central hearth, partially open kitchen and several outdoor spaces. 
It was created by Frank Lloyd Wright 1923 and 1925 with additions and furniture by Rudolf Schindler and subsequent minor improvements by John Lautner, Gregory Ain, and Robert Clark.
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thecarchitecture · 4 months ago
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juliaknz · 9 months ago
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FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT JOHNSON WAX HQ, 1939 Racine, Wisconsin, US Image © SC Johnson
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ungoliantschilde · 10 months ago
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Stained Glass Windows and Designs for the same by Frank Lloyd Wright.
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