- So, spent the weekend doing one of my favorite things. I visited Fallingwater and the Hagan House in western Pennsylvania. I came back with the intention of producing a list of links to FLW resources and nuggets online. Of course there are a lot of those already:
Wright on the Web seems to be particularly comprehensive, and "offers a brief overview of Frank Lloyd Wright's prolific 70-year career and a "webliography" -- i.e., a gathering of internet resources that might contribute to the study, appreciation, or sheer enjoyment of works created by the man who has been called America's most creative and innovative architect. It is hoped that Wright on the Web will inspire the visitor to seek out his nearest building --or make a pilgrimage to a distant one-- and experience "for real" an actual structure or interior space that Frank Lloyd Wright created."
- Fallingwater - Wright's Masterpiece
- Kentuck Knob - The Hagan House
- Darwin D Martin House, Buffalo, NY
- The Pope - Leighey House, Woodlawn VA
- The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
- Link to the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy
- There's also a Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust
- See pages about Wright's huge collection of early work in Oak Park IL, including the Wright Home and Studio.
- Check out Wright's work in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin pages also feature links to Usonia 1, which you can rent for $1500/mo.
- Taliesin Preservation handle Wright's compound in Spring Green, WI.
- "The "Frank Lloyd Wright: Designs for an American Landscape, 1922-1932" physical exhibition opened November 14, 1996, in the Madison Gallery, Madison Building, Library of Congress, and closed February 15, 1997." The virtual version is still accessible.
- Boston College host a digital archive of Wright's work.
- PBS have a page that goes with their documentary about Wright.
- Someone at the University of Maryland has a page about Wright. Go Terps.
- Frank Lloyd Wright has an agent, wouldyoubelieveit?
- Monona terrace in Madison WI was constructed in the '90s after Wright signed off on the design in 1958.
- Cupola.com has four galleries of Wright photographs.
- FLW's Chicago landmarks.
There are, of course, lots of Wright sites. I recommend a Google search.