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SO LONG SONORAN | 06.9.2020

By JONATHAN HILBURG (@JHILBURG) • June 9, 2020 AN has learned that the college formerly known as the School of Architecture at Taliesin will change its name and move summer classes to Cosanti and Arcosanti, with plans to try to make Cosanti its permanent home. The move comes after a protracted back-and-forth with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation that spilled out into public view earlier in…

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SoAT Community Letter | 3.17.2020

Taliesin West, March 17, 2020 Dear Friends, As you might have heard, the Board of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation recently reiterated their decision to not renew the Memorandum of Understanding that forms the basis on which our life at Taliesin and Taliesin West is based. They claim that this is a new…

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WASH Magazine Awarded | 09.06.2019

SOAT NEWS READ STORY AT ARCHPAPER.COM List of Contributors for Issue 003: Todd Gannon Hernan Diaz-Alonso Besler and Sons Michael Young iheartblob Tatiana Bilbao Claudia Wainer Sue Webster The Graham Foundation was created in 1956 by a bequest from Ernest R. Graham (1866–1936), a prominent Chicago architect and protégé of

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Student Shelter featured on Dezeen.com | 04.15.2019

Tapered, rammed-earth walls support the roof of this small shelter that architecture student Conor Denison has built on the desert campus of Frank Lloyd Wright’s School of Architecture at Taliesin in Scottsdale. Denison designed and built the shelter during his final year at the architecture school, founded by the late…

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Pilgrimage to Taliesin in Azure Magazine | 04.05.2019

Alexander Josephson of Toronto architecture firm Partisans travels to Phoenix to experience Frank Lloyd Wright’s legacy first-hand – just as students at the recently rescued School of Architecture at Taliesin are presenting their visions for temporary desert shelters. Alexander Josephson | 5 April 2019 | Azure MagazineI remember driving to

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Arcosanti

SO LONG SONORAN | 06.9.2020

By JONATHAN HILBURG (@JHILBURG) • June 9, 2020 AN has learned that the college formerly known as the School of Architecture at Taliesin will change its name and move summer classes to Cosanti and Arcosanti, with plans to try to make Cosanti its permanent home. The move comes after a protracted back-and-forth with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation that spilled out into public view earlier in…

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SoAT Community Letter | 3.17.2020

Taliesin West, March 17, 2020 Dear Friends, As you might have heard, the Board of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation recently reiterated their decision to not renew the Memorandum of Understanding that forms the basis on which our life at Taliesin and Taliesin West is based. They claim that this is a new…

Learn More

WASH Magazine Awarded | 09.06.2019

SOAT NEWS READ STORY AT ARCHPAPER.COM List of Contributors for Issue 003: Todd Gannon Hernan Diaz-Alonso Besler and Sons Michael Young iheartblob Tatiana Bilbao Claudia Wainer Sue Webster The Graham Foundation was created in 1956 by a bequest from Ernest R. Graham (1866–1936), a prominent Chicago architect and protégé of

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Student Shelter featured on Dezeen.com | 04.15.2019

Tapered, rammed-earth walls support the roof of this small shelter that architecture student Conor Denison has built on the desert campus of Frank Lloyd Wright’s School of Architecture at Taliesin in Scottsdale. Denison designed and built the shelter during his final year at the architecture school, founded by the late…

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Pilgrimage to Taliesin in Azure Magazine | 04.05.2019

Alexander Josephson of Toronto architecture firm Partisans travels to Phoenix to experience Frank Lloyd Wright’s legacy first-hand – just as students at the recently rescued School of Architecture at Taliesin are presenting their visions for temporary desert shelters. Alexander Josephson | 5 April 2019 | Azure MagazineI remember driving to

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