HISTORIAN’S CORNER: February 27, 2020
Taliesin Preservation’s cultural historian Keiran Murphy’s round-up of historical resources.
Winter photograph looking at Taliesin’s Hill Wing, 1932-37. The date on the photograph is based on architectural details: the stone chimney, on the far left, was built after the Taliesin Fellowship was founded in 1932; the trees growing through the roof (to the right of the chimney) wereremoved by the time that photographs were taken in 1937 for “Architectural Forum” magazine (of January 1938). [Photo property of The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (The Museum of Modern Art | Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York).]
You can now download a collection of ancient Japanese wave illustrations for free via My Modern Met.
Taliesin Fellowship/School of Architecture at Taliesin
Check out this stunning residence designed by Victor Sidy and Nick Mancusi, two alums of The School of Architecture at Taliesin: residentialdesignmagazine.com/design-lab-tucson-residence-by-mancusi-design-and-victor-sidy-architect/