Timeliners She wanted him to become an architect. wright Foundation This web site is funded bythe frank lloyd wright Foundation and has links to his bio and archives http://www.valdosta.edu/~hipurvis/timeliners.html
Untitled Document The frank lloyd wright Web Guide www.cypgrp.com/flw. Maher www.fresno.edu/~kennsrem/preserve/bio/maher.htm. architectureand Art, Browse by architect www.uic http://www.chameyer.net/frame8776.html
Extractions: Below you will find links to related web sites. I have included numerous urls and I do apologize if I have happened to left off any exisitng sites. Please email me a url address and I will append suggestions to the listings below. If any of the sites are no longer active or you know of a revised url, please send me an e-mail message. I will do my best to keep this listing updated and expanded. Enjoy the virtual realm of architecture on the web! The Fabulous Ruins of Detroit: BHERE.com/ruins Indiana Historic Architecture Home Page: members.aol.com/timarends/preserveindiana.html George Maher in Gary: www.crown.net/~sspicer/miller/maher.html The Louis Sullivan Homepage: www.tape.net/~gerry/sullivan/ Lieber Meister, The Louis Sullivan Page: www.geocities.com/SoHo/1469/sullivan.html Purdue State Bank: Home Page: www.hort.purdue.edu/arch/psb/psb.htm The Frank LLoyd Wright Foundation Home Page: www.franklloydwright.org/index.html The Frank LLoyd Wright Building Conservancy: www.swcp.com/FLW/flw.html The Frank LLoyd Wright Home and Studio Page: www.wrightplus.org
Lotta Living famed Case Study Modern architect behind perhaps architects/neutra/ Short bio onfamed Williams Whitney Smith frank lloyd wright lloyd wright and landscape http://www.lottaliving.com/people.php3?category=i_people_case&adm=
Zoomers Magazine Bio and the 3rd Dimension Dream Home StoryWindintide-Legacy of frank lloyd wright Housefor Lynn Pomeroy, a 56 year-old architect, resides in Davis, California. http://www.thorn.home.sonic.net/zoomersmagazine/bio_lynn.html
Extractions: Lynn Pomeroy, a 56 year-old architect, resides in Davis, California. He is a fellow in the American Institute of Architects and president of LPA Sacramento, Inc. a 50 person Architecture, Planning, Landscape Architecture and Interior Design firm located in Sacramento. He is an avid outdoorsman, hunter and fly fisherman, a gourmet cook, wine collector and world traveler. home archives contact us staff ... privacy statement
Fehn - Bio It is the original part of the story an architect can tell about life and He wenton to describe the recognition of elements of frank lloyd wright's house in http://www.pritzkerprize.com/svbio.htm
Extractions: Sverre Fehn has long been recognized in Europe as Norway's most gifted architect. Now, as the recipient of the 1997 Pritzker Architecture Prize, his profession's highest honor, the rest of the world will be exposed to his talents. He has no built works in the United States, but is not a total stranger since he has been a guest lecturer at The Cooper Union in New York City; Cranbrook Academy of Arts in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan; the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts all in 1980. He has also lectured at Harvard, Cornell, and Yale. His work was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in 1968, and at the Architecture Association of Minneapolis in 1983.
Tadao Ando - Bio I did not apprentice to another architect because every time I tried, I Corbusier,Ando mentions Mies van der Rohe, Alvar Aalto, frank lloyd wright and Louis http://www.pritzkerprize.com/ppg7.htm
Extractions: by Kenneth Frampton ...about Tadao Ando And further on the subject of walls, Ando writes, "At times walls manifest a power that borders on the violent. They have the power to divide space, transfigure place, and create new domains. Walls are the most basic elements of architecture, but they can also be the most enriching."
Wright See also frank lloyd wright in Buffalo, NY. Before her son was born,Anna had decided that her son was going to be a great architect. http://ah.bfn.org/a/archs/wright/bio/
Extractions: N.Y.C. F rank Lloyd Wright was born on June 8, 1867, in Richland Center, Wisconsin, to Anna Lloyd-Jones Wright, a teacher whose large Welsh family of farmers and ministers settled the valley that became Taliesin, and William Russell Cary Wright, a preacher and musician. An early influence was his clergyman father's playing of Bach and Beethoven. (Later on Wright would make comparisons to music and architecture in relation to the mathematical aspects of both.) See also Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo, NY
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Extractions: ABOUT THE CREATORS Nancy Thomas Nancy Thomas, nationally known contemporary artist, has lived and painted in historic Yorktown for over 30 years. Her work is prized throughout the country for its vivid colors, its stylish charm and delightful wit. Nancy has given one-woman shows across America and abroad. Her work appears in magazines and in decorator books as well as in museums, in Hollywood films, on Broadway and on television. Numerous special works have been commissioned by Colonial Williamsburg, by the museum of American Folk Art and by private collectors including many celebrities. While the subject matter of her paintings is extraordinarily wide-ranging, Nancy is known for celebrating food in her art. Her joint creation with chef Marcel DeSaulniers, the book Alphabet of Sweets, includes reproductions of 27 original cuisine-inspired paintings. Reproductions of Nancy's classic painting Bon Appetit have achieved several million dollars in sales.
Frank Lloyd Wright (1998) knowledge to the amazing life and creations of tremendous architect frank LloydWright. Burns' charismatic and accurate portrait certain to please biofans. http://www.reel.com/movie.asp?MID=43962
Architectural Technology - Resources Eileen Gray Designer and architect (1878-1976). frank lloyd wright - Designs foran American Landscape, 1922-1932. Fondation Le Corbusier. Margaret Morton bio. http://www.morrisville.edu/academics/science/architectural/html/resources.htm
Extractions: Architecture Slides Architecture Firms Sergio Rodrigues University Programs in Architecture Acadia University Auburn University School of Architecture Austin - University of Texas School of Architecture Buffalo-Architecture Department ... Tulane University School of Architecture Architectural History 1,000 Years of Great Architecture from About.com The Alamo: An Illustrated Chronology American Landscape and Architectural Design, 1850-1920 The Architecture Virtual Library at the University of Toronto ... Women Architects African Architecture Links African Fractals African Heritage Architecture African Houses Architecture Magazines Architectural Record Harvard Design Magazine Metropolis Magazine Architecture Organizations American Institute of Architecture The American Institute of Architecture Students Design Corps MacArthur Foundation Fellow Samuel Mockbee ... National Trust for Historic Preservation, Northeast Region
Biography: George Washington Maher A biography of Maher by John Edward Powell, hosted by Fresno University.Category Arts architecture History architects M Maher, George Maher joined the office of Shingle style architect JL Silsbee as a draftsmanin 1887, where he worked with fellow draftsman frank lloyd wright. http://sunfive.fresno.edu/courses/preserve/bio/maher.htm
Extractions: George Washington Maher was born in Mill Creek, West Virginia, on December 25, 1864. During his teens he apprenticed to prominent Chicago architects Augustus Bauer and Henry Hill. Maher joined the office of Shingle style architect J. L. Silsbee as a draftsman in 1887, where he worked with fellow draftsman Frank Lloyd Wright. In 1888 Maher formed a short-lived partnership with Cecil Corwin. After Corwin left, Maher practiced alone until 1914, when his son Philip joined him for a brief period. After the war the firm became George W. Maher and Son. During the 1890s Maher worked in a variety of styles. His Shingle and Queen Anne projects were widely reviewed in the journal Inland Architect during this period. Maher modeled his design for the Fresno Library and Water Tower Maher's most important and productive period came after 1904. His bold and idiosyncratic residential interpretations of the Prairie ideal were built throughout Chicago's suburbs, including Oak Park, Evanston, Kenilworth, and Winnetka. He developed the campus plan for Northwestern University in 1907 and designed Swift Hall and Patten Gymnasium on that campus. He also did a great deal of work in Wausau, Wisconsin. After World War I, Maher became a vocal proponent of community planning and prepared development plans for Glencoe and Kenilworth. He is also credited with forming the committee that launched the first efforts to restore the Fine Arts Building designed by Charles Atwood for the 1893 Columbian Exposition at Chicago.
Find A Grave - Browse By County: Sauk County (bio by AJ Marik) Cause of death Stroke Unity City, Sauk County, Wisconsin, USA;wright, frank lloyd original burial June 8, 1869 d. April 9, 1959 architect. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/famousSearch.cgi?mode=county&FScountyid=3048
Bomis Search Results: Sabrina Lloyd Find a profile of the television actress with a filmography, minibio and photo 65,frank lloyd wright Ring. A ring of pages about architect frank lloyd wright. http://www.bomis.com/searchring.fcgi?request=Sabrina Lloyd
Frank Llyod Wright frank Llyod wright. 1869 1959. American architect. frank lloyd wright's impacton American architecture and design is considered almost incalculable. http://www.multied.com/bio/people/Wright.html
Extractions: Frank Llyod Wright American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright's impact on American architecture and design is considered almost incalculable. In his public buildings, private homes, glass design work and furniture, Wright was an American original. He was endlessly fascinated by the challenge of bringing function, form and location together in architectural harmony. Wright was wonderfully innovative with new materials, finding unusual ways to employ them. He was originally trained as a civil engineer and worked as a draftsman prior to striking out on his own in 1893. He became known for his "Prairie-style" houses and his clean, streamlined forms. His Fallingwater house in Pennsylvania still awes and impresses visitors, as do many of his surviving buildings, including the Guggenheim Museum in New York City and the Robie house in Chicago.
ARTIST HERO: R. BUCKMINSTER FULLER R. Buckminster Fuller from Henry W.Targowski has bio and link Angela Brooks is anarchitect with a deep sense of frank lloyd wright was an innovative architect http://myhero.com/hero.asp?hero=rbFuller
Sylvia March Bio Walter March was an architect and an artist in many different materials.Born in Germany, he studied in Chicago with frank lloyd wright. http://www.oldcityhallgallery.com/Sylvia_March_Bio.html
Extractions: The Marches escaped from Nazi Germany in 1936 and bought a dairy farm in Orange County, NY Sylvia, the youngest of their five children, was born there. But farming could not pay education bills and the land was sold. At her first class, the instructor showed her how to make a tea bowl, and said " Now, make a hundred of them " At first the work was hard and slow. But with repetition and persistence, a love for the skill came. In time, she learned to "throw off the hump," making small pots flow one after another from a single large piece of spinning clay. During Sylvia's two years in Japan, she visited the pottery villages where the clay is dug from the fields, raw materials are respected, and the traditions of the craft are passed down from father to son as they have been for hundreds of years "Beauty and usefulness go hand in hand," she explains "You make a 'one-flower vase' and you know where it is going in your house Rice bowls come to a sharp point at the bottom so that you can get the last grain with your chopsticks " Everything felt connected She would have liked to live her whole life in Japan But even though, inside, she felt Japanese, Sylvia was a
Untitled reason is that my sister Jackie is an architect. She is currently a fellow at TaliesinAssociated architects, which is the firm that frank lloyd wright founded http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~dnorman/bio.html
Extractions: Well, the reason is that my sister Jackie is an architect. She is currently a fellow at Taliesin Associated Architects, which is the firm that Frank Lloyd Wright founded. She lives with the fellowship in Spring Green, WI, at Wright's home. If you are ever in Wisconsin, I highly recommend that you visit this beautiful place, located a short drive from Madison. My other sister Thea lives here in Cambridge. After two postdocs, she is now a research scientist at a biotech company. Both of my parents are biochemists and professors at UC Riverside . They really like vitamin D One of my desires is to travel extensively. I love traveling both within and outside of the states. Click here for pictures of some Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings.
Extractions: PROJECTS: 1948Smith houseTaliesin 1948Pratt houseTaliesin 1949Harvard projectFrank Lloyd Wright design 1949Harvard projectHouse for Six Moon Hills 1949Harvard projectAdditions for Shady Hill Elementary 1950Harvard projectMerrit Parkway food bar 1950Harvard projectArt museum 1951ValGoeschen houseIverness, California