|Found: Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wisconsin office of Taliesin Associated Architects, and campus of the|
Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, established in 1932 by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright.
Copyright Taliesin® The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
Photograph by (Taliesin apprentice) John Amarantides. Circa 1970s
|Found: WINGSPREAD, Racine, Wisconsin. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.|
Pub. by Joboul Publishing Co., Inc., Evanston, Illinois.
Made by Dexter Press, West Nyack, New York. Circa 1970s.
Sometimes hidden in the trees, buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright haunt the landscape of Wisconsin. Taliesin holds forth in Spring Green offering guided tours while the Annuciation Greek Orthodox Church hovers in Milwaukee offering a futuristic spiritual retreat. Racine is graced with the Johnson Wax headquarters and Wingspread both commissioned by Herbert Fisk Johnson, Jr. about 1938-39. Family continues to run the company, but Johnson's house, Wingspread, was donated to the The Johnson Foundation twenty years later in 1959 for use as an international conference center emphasizing causes related to water, health, and community.