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Marion Mahony Reconsidered

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:54 AM
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by Eric last modified Jun 20, 2011

Frank Lloyd Wright's Oak Park Studio was truly a furnace of creativity, where not only great buildings were created, but great talents were forged and honed as well. Marion Lucy Mahony was one of the most talented and misunderstood creatives to come out of Wright's studio. A recent essay (which is also an excerpt from an upcoming book on Mahony) at the Design Observer weblog examines this Prairie School luminary and sheds some more light...




 

 

Picture 1 Frank Lloyd Wright's Oak Park Studio was truly a furnace of creativity, where not only great buildings were created, but great talents were forged and honed as well. Marion Lucy Mahony was one of the most talented and misunderstood creatives to come out of Wright's studio. A recent essay (which is also an excerpt from an upcoming book on Mahony) at the Design Observer weblog examines this Prairie School luminary and sheds some more light on her world and the forces that shaped her. Read it here.

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