Architecture and the City 2011
This week, the AIA San Francisco kicks off its ninth annual Architecture and the City festival.
Friday Finds 2.04.11
Have a look at some on the most interestiing things we here at Dwell saw this week.
The New Owner of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Booth Cottage Just Filed For Demolition
The “endangered” Booth Cottage could be the first Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home to be torn down in the U.S. in over a decade.
Without a Buyer, This Frank Lloyd Wright Building Will Be Destroyed in 3 Days
The Lockridge Medical Center will be demolished on January 10, 2018—and it will be the first viable Wright design to be lost in...
This Villa in Belgium Has a Crazy Prefab Ceiling That Looks Like a Wave
A concave ceiling is craned onto a rear extension in Belgium.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s School of Architecture Has Another Chance to Stay Open
After an overwhelming show of student support, Taliesin’s board of directors has rescinded a vote to shutter the school—but to...
Design Icon: Charlotte Perriand
Many innovators helped usher in the Modernist movement, but French architect, furniture maker, and interior designer Charlotte...
Work Begins on a New Airport at Machu Picchu, Sparking Protests
Construction has begun on a controversial airport near the Incan citadel, but naysayers are worried about the future of the...
Thieves Stole $200k Worth of Pieces From Frank Lloyd Wright’s Freeman House
Four pieces of architectural history have reportedly been stolen from Frank Lloyd Wright's Freeman House in Los Angeles, while...
Designer Spotlight: Alvaro Catalán de Ocón
An emerging Spanish designer redefines his role by pursuing philanthropic projects with indigenous peoples in Colombia.

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