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Tag Archives: Frank Lloyd Wright
Beyond the acres of concrete that makes up runways, taxiways, aprons, and the tarmac, certain features of an airport can be designed in a manner which inspires. The control tower is just one of those places at a growing number … Continue reading
Located in a lovely historic residential neighborhood just southeast of downtown Grand Rapids is the spectacular Meyer May House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1909. Built at approximately the same time as the Robie House in Chicago, The Meyer … Continue reading
I thoroughly enjoy the magnificence and elegance of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture and design. A tour I tour took of the Robie House in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood this summer highlighted many innovative and artistic features that make him America’s premiere architect. … Continue reading