Frank Lloyd Wright's summer home is located in Spring Green, Wis., and is called Taliesin. There have been three versions of this house, as it endured partial destruction by fire twice since its construction in 1914. The most recent iteration was completed in 1925 and served as the inception point for many of Wright's later works, which are to follow in later posts.
Taliesin was an exercise in organic architecture, where many of the building materials are composed of natural elements. Inclusion of the structure into the landscape is typically Wright.
There is an Arizona-based Taliesin appropriately named Taliesin West, which I am including strictly for the sake of thoroughness - and because I thought the pictures I found deserved to be displayed.
Without further ado, Taliesin.
Taliesin West - Scottsdale, Ariz.
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