Wright in Wisconsin News

19 Aug, 2022

Driftless Area Landscape Tour

Join Taliesin Preservation Inc. for a conversation about the interconnectedness of land and culture while enjoying an approximately 1-mile walk across the Taliesin estate. This outdoor tour will speak to the natural history of the estate, using Frank Lloyd Wright as the connecting theme between...

19 Aug, 2022

Midway Barn Study

Work is currently underway at Taliesin between the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and graduate students from The University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design to better understand the existing and historic conditions of...

01 Nov, 2020

Entries Sought for 2021 Kristin Visser Historical Preservation Award

Program Recognizes Significant Past Work in Historic Preservation The deadline for applications for the 2021 Kristin Visser Historical Preservation Award is March 15, 2021. The award, given by the directors of the Seth Peterson Cottage Conservancy, is presented every other year...

01 Sep, 2020

Still Bend Summer

Projects Help to Advance Wright’s Usonian Vision By Brian R. Hannan Some people who own Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes restore them as they were built. Others, like Michael Ditmer, help them become what they were meant to be. “That’s my charge as steward...

20 Aug, 2020

The Wright Stuff: Wright Virtual Visits Returns This Week with New Series of Weekly Tours

Phase 2 of Wright Virtual Visits premieres at noon CDT today with a Facebook Live collaboration between Taliesin West and Unity Temple. Co-hosting the event are Unity Temple Restoration Foundation’s Heidi Ruehle and Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s Jeff Goodman, who will discuss Frank Lloyd Wright’s use of natural light in his architecture.

01 Jun, 2020

Taliesin Reopens for Tours on June 1, 2020

The 2020 tour season will begin on June 1, 2020. Our administrative offices will not be accepting any non-essential visitors at this time, some of our staff are working remotely so please be patient with our...

08 Jul, 2019

Eight Wright Sites Inscribed to UNESCO World Heritage List

The inscription of a collection of eight Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings marks the first modern architecture designation on the UNESCO World Heritage List in the United States. Read more about this exciting announcement from the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation...

31 Jan, 2019

Frank Lloyd Wright's Burnham Block Inc. Purchases Wright-designed Home at 2728-30 W. Burnham St. in Milwaukee

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Burnham Block, Inc. is pleased to announce the purchase of the Frank Lloyd Wright designed two-family home at 2728-30 West Burnham Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The home, known as a “Two Flat, Model C” is part of Wright’s American System-Built Homes series. It was built in...