A fascinating blog post of a tour of FLW’s work in Wisconsin:
I was contacted by Travel Wisconsin, and invited to come out to their beautiful state to spend a week on the Frank Lloyd Wright Heritage Trail, to celebrate Mr. Wright’s 150th Birthday. Wright is from Wisconsin, of course, and many of his most iconic works are located there. It was an offer that was to good to pass up. I’ve travelled around the world, but I’ve never been to Wisconsin. And while I had been in some FLW homes and buildings, getting a chance to see mythical places like Taliesin and the Johnson Wax Factory in person was a dream come true. It was also a chance for me to take a fresh look at an iconic architect I thought I already knew well. It was one of the best weeks I’ve every spent – a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Read full article – with many photos – here: