The first exhaustive survey of Wright’s architecture in Buffalo, New York, as well as projects the architect conceived during his time in Buffalo for other locations, such as Chicago and Oak Park, Illinois, and Hampton and Norfolk, Virginia.
The 24 buildings and projects featured include not only the Darwin D. Martin House and the Larkin Administration Building but also the William R. Heath House, Graycliff, the Darwin D. Martin Summer House, Gas Station for the Harris Oil Company, the Martin Family Blue Sky Mausoleum, and the Walter V. Davidson Wayside Market, as well as nearly 20 projects discussed but not developed. Learn More
This hanging ornament is taken from the "Whirling Arrow" design. The Whirling Arrow is Wright’s adaption of a design found on a petroglyph at Taliesin West (Scottsdale, Arizona, 1937) and came to be a symbol for himself and his Taliesin Fellowship. Learn More