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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 03, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Eric last modified Feb 02, 2012

The newest issue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy's "Save Wright" newsletter arrived in the mail yesterday and its chock-full of engaging and interesting articles on Frank Lloyd Wright and "green" architecture. Learn more after the jump... The issue is guest edited by architectural writer, Jane King Hession and features the following articles: • The Ross House: A Laboratory For Green Building Techniques by John Eifler, FAIA, LEED AP • Sustaining Wright 101 (on...




 

 

SavewrightThe newest issue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy's "Save Wright" newsletter arrived in the mail yesterday and its chock-full of engaging and interesting articles on Frank Lloyd Wright and "green" architecture. Learn more after the jump...

The issue is guest edited by architectural writer, Jane King Hession and features the following articles:

• The Ross House: A Laboratory For Green Building Techniques by John Eifler, FAIA, LEED AP

• Sustaining Wright 101 (on the Pew House) by Peter R. Rött, AIA, NCARB

• Restoring Green: Sustainable Restoration at the E. Arthur Davenport House by Paul Harding, FAIA

• From Waste to Heat: An Innovative and Sustainable Solution for the Gordon House by Larry Woodin

• Turning the Brown House Green by Harold F. "Bud" Dietrich AIA, NCARB

• Designed Green (about Wright's inherent sustainable design decisions) by Edith Payne and John Thorpe

Each article is profusely illustrated with photos and illustrations underscoring the various points each author makes. This high-quality newsletter is only available to members, so I would highly recommend anyone interested in this and other Wright-related subjects to join today to help a good cause and get a great printed piece. Join today by following the link.

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