Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin

Wright in Wisconsin

Wright in Wisconsin is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization created with the assistance of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the State of Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Its mission is to promote, protect and preserve the heritage of Frank Lloyd Wright, his vision and his architecture, as well as the work of his apprentices, Taliesin Associated Architects, and like-minded architects, in his native state of Wisconsin.

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15 Aug
Sept. 22: 50th Anniversary Spring Green Restaurant celebration

Robert Hartmann’s passions when he was growing up included Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture and photography. The result? Thirty historic photos by him of the construction of Wright’s Spring Green Restaurant, the building now known as the Frank Lloyd Wright... Read More

10 Aug
A New Day for Wright in Wisconsin and for Burnham Block

George Hall, left, and Mike Lilek formalize the reorganization. Photo (c) Mark Hertzberg August 8, 2017 In an effort to increase capacity and focus on diverging missions, the board of Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin voted unanimously this week to reorganize into... Read More