Finally, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has a website design worthy of its legendary namesake. Established in 1940 by the iconic American architect (whom the AIA honored with a gold medal, even though he never joined), the foundation has always stood as a steward for his architectural pedigree, but has never served as a true resource to find a full list of his works. Usually, for anybody researching his works, they would have to go to Wikipedia or some other third-party site.
But now, the new web design, created by New York-based studio Eight and a Half over the course of a year, recalls Wright’s visual Prairie style while maintain 21st-century sensibility. The main goal of the site is to serve as a comprehensive guide not only for Wright’s works, but the history of his life—which the architect often over embellished on, especially about his age and height. Read More