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Rebuilding A Shelter In The Desert: The Wright Way

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 05, 2014 01:12 AM
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by Eric last modified Mar 04, 2014

AZCentral.com recently featured Taliesin apprentice Kamal Amin consulting with students of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture about rebuilding Amin's 1963 Lotus Shelter on the grounds of Taliesin West. The structure is one of the longest continually inhabited shelters occupied by students and is getting some much needed TLC as part of the "learn by doing" curriculum of the school. Read more and watch a video here. Image via Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation




 

 

Screen Shot 2014-03-04 at 7.18.07 AMAZCentral.com recently featured Taliesin apprentice Kamal Amin consulting with students of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture about rebuilding Amin's 1963 Lotus Shelter on the grounds of Taliesin West. The structure is one of the longest continually inhabited shelters occupied by students and is getting some much needed TLC as part of the "learn by doing" curriculum of the school. Read more and watch a video here.

Image via Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation


 

 

 
 
 

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