Exterior, Stone Siding Material, Wood Siding Material, Flat RoofLine, Concrete Siding Material, and House Building Type Taliesin—a Welsh name that means “shining brow”—is Wright’s home, studio, school, and 800-acre agricultural estate located in Spring Green, Wisconsin on land that originally belonged to his maternal family. In addition to the residence, there are four more Wright-designed buildings on the estate. 
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Taliesin—a Welsh name that means "shining brow"—is Wright’s home, studio, school, and 800-acre agricultural estate located in Spring Green, Wisconsin on land that originally belonged to his maternal family. In addition to the residence, there are four more Wright-designed buildings on the estate.