Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Formed by Frank Lloyd Wright himself in 1940, this foundation fosters
advancing the ideas and principles of organic architecture, as well as
preserving the legacy of Wright's life and work.
Taliesin Preservation Commission
The mission of this society is to preserve the Taliesin estate in Spring
Green, Wis. Find information about current events, tours of the estate,
how to become a member of the preservation commission at this site.
Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy
The Conservancy is an organization devoted to preserving the remaining
buildings designed by Wright. Find out where his structures are located
andif youre in the marketwhich ones are for sale.
National Trust for Historic Preservation
The National Trust for Historic Preservation provides leadership, education and advocacy to save America's diverse historic places and revitalize its communities.
Society of Architectural Historians
This international nonprofit organization supports the study and
preservation of architecture. Access scholarly research, graduate
programs in architectural history and membership information. Local
chapters of this organization are also featured.
Broadacre All-Wright SiteFrank Lloyd Wright Guide
Visit this site for links to a variety of information about Frank Lloyd
Wrighthis life, architecture and philosophy. An extensive
biography is included, as well as a link to discussion groups and recent
Learn more about one of America's most famous domestic buildings and get visitor information on Western Pennsylvania Conservancy's website.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Discover Wrights final buildingand one of his most monumental. Be
sure to read the museum history section, which discusses the design and
development of this controversial building.
Visit the official website for Wrights most famous church; get information on its history and tour programs.
Take an online photo tour of Unity Temple.
Frank Lloyd Wrights Allen-Lambe House
The Allen-Lambe house, located in Wichita, Ks., was designed for the
journalist and statesman, Henry J. Allen, and his wife, Elsie J. Nuzman
Allen. The house is open to visitors by appointment only, but you can
look at it virtually here.
Oak Park Home & Studio and the Robie House
The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust maintains two museum sites: Wright's remarkable Home and Studio in Oak Park; and his renowned Prairie Style design, the Robie House, on the University of Chicago campus.
Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park
The Oak Park Area Convention and Visitors Bureau offers information on events, attractions, and other visitor resources.
Oak Park, Illinois boasts the largest collection of Wright-designed
buildings. This Web site offers a "walking tour" of each building in
Oak Park along with other Frank Lloyd Wright and Oak Park resources.
Illinois Bureau of Tourism
Enjoy Illinois and discover the Wright in Illinois driving tour created by
the Oak Park and Springfield tourism boards. The trail will lead you from
Wrights home in Oak Park to other notable Wright homes throughout the
Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin
Find links to nine major Wright structures in Wisconsin, with
descriptions and pictures of each site. If you're planning a visit, get
tour information and an area map.
Spring Green, Wisconsin
This small mid-western town was the home of Frank Lloyd Wright for more
than 50 years, and is the location of the Taliesin estate and school.
Tourists may want to explore this site to see what else the area
Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center
The Center opened in July, 1997 and is located on the shores of Lake Monona in downtown Madison, Wisconsin. The Web site includes floor plans, photographs, and information about events at the Center.
This site serves as the Web companion to the popular monthly magazine. Find expanded multimedia project stories, in-depth interviews with giants of architecture, daily news updates, weekly book reviews, green architecture stories and archival material.
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks put together this site which
catalogs all the buildings in Chicago that are official landmarks. Check
out the the Frank Lloyd Wright area or reference the comprehensive style
guide and look up architectural terms.
Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities
Although Frank Lloyd Wright designed only one house in New England, this
site is an excellent resource for tourists and architecture buffs who
want to learn more about tours and conservation efforts in the
northeastern United States.
The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture
Enroll at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture and learn by
doing in this unique program that focuses on organic architecture.
National Building Museum
Originally designed to house the Pension Bureau, the museum building now
houses more than 100,000 architectural prints, drawings and photographs.
Learn more about the museum's history and its current exhibitions,
lectures and tours.
Great Buildings Online
Art on the Web: Architecture Links
Artifice, Inc. brings you The Great Buildings Online, which documents hundreds of buildings and leading architects with 3D models, photographic images and architectural drawings, plus commentaries, bibliographies, and web links, for famous designers and structures of all kinds.
A great launching pad for architecture enthusiasts, Art on the Web
provides links to sites about architecture theory, online architectural
journals, ancient architecture and much more.
The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Architecture
From academic programs to competitions to news, the Virtual Library
compiles a comprehensive list of architectural links.
A Digital Archive of American Architecture
Browse through a grand photographic display of Frank Lloyd Wrights most
famous buildings. Youll also find the work of other American architects
and their various styles.
The Library of Congress: Frank Lloyd Wright: Designs for an American
The 1996-97 Library of Congress exhibit is long gone, but has remained
on the Web. View the sketches, plans and photographs of five of Wrights
designs from the 1920s.
Fallingwater: An Essay by Teller
Teller of Penn and Teller speaks in this humorous and informative essay
about Frank Lloyd Wrights most famous home.