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The Late Language of Frank Lloyd Wright The Guggenheim Museum in New York City 1943-1959.

Frank Lloyd Wright The Guggenheim Museum in New York City 1943-1959 Frank Lloyd Wright got his long awaited opportunity to build in New York City when in 1943 the Guggenheim family asked him to design a gallery to display its collection of modern art and to house changing exhibits of various kinds. Wright/), a site on the opposite east side of Fifth Avenue was acquired. It was completed about the time of Wright’s death in 1959. The concept of the museum is that visitors arrive, travel by elevator to the top /


Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate School WA-WM Schools PBIS – Tier 2 – Check-in/Check-out(CICO)

WA-WM Schools PBIS – Tier 2 – Check-in/Check-out(CICO) Frank Lloyd Wright Overview Demographics : 999 total students. – 15% Hispanic, 5% Asian, 70% White, 6% Black, 4% Other - 14.5% students with/impacts its effectiveness. Overcoming Barriers Its all about relationships Overcoming Barriers Remembering to listen Contact Information Contact Information Website - http//wright.wawm.k12.wi.ushttp//wright.wawm.k12.wi.us Adam Freund, Internal Coach freunda@wawm.k12.wi.us David Stolpe, Dean of Students stolped@wawm/


Frank Lloyd Wright 1867 - 1959 lifespan anchors him in Arts and Crafts.

further development of prairie style clear interest in the horizontal line architecture very modern looking—everything else was craftsman or beaux arts very innovative architecture Louis Sullivan—saw grid & construction Frank Lloyd Wright—hides structure architectural detail Roman brick—flush vertical joint to accentuate horizontal nature architecture Where is front door? have to search for the door—forces you to explore the building/


Frank Lloyd Wright. Early Life He was Born in 1867 In Richland Center Wisconsin Later moved to Madison Wisconsin He spent his summers in Spring Green.

Frank Lloyd Wright Early Life He was Born in 1867 In Richland Center Wisconsin Later moved to Madison Wisconsin He spent his summers in Spring Green Wisconsin Early Career His first job was / in Chicago Falling Water it was a house design over a waterfall it was ahead of its time the house is a national historic landmark it is said to be Wright’s most amazing design Designs Frank Lloyd Wright designed 1,141 different houses and buildings When he died 532 of them had been built


House for Tazaemon Yamamura

House for Tazaemon Yamamura A Frank Lloyd Wright House By: Isaac Jensen and Miranda Robinson The wright love Mamah borthwick Cheney 1903-1914 Miriam noel 1914-1924 Olgivanna (olga) lazovich 1924-death Midway gardens Midway gardens was a good commission for wright, who’s reputation was being recovered from the scandal. It was completed in1914 and demolished in1929 /itself. It expresses the world around us…it’s the only trace and remembrance we leave directly on the face of the earth. -- Frank Lloyd wright


4/30/20151 Montclair State University Department of Anthropology Anth 140: Non Western Contributions to the Western World Dr. Richard W. Franke Week 06.

Plank House: on northern Pacific Coast. European settlers copied Native American rectangular house built above ground and with attractive woods such as redwood or cedarPlank HousePlank House Frank Lloyd Wright: used Native American building ideas such asFrank Lloyd Wright: used Native American building ideas such as –minimal interior walls, –free-flowing space; –led to idea of the “great room.” 7 This slide updated 29 December/


Organic & Beyond. Frank Lloyd Wright Art Glass & Furnishings.

Organic & Beyond Frank Lloyd Wright Art Glass & Furnishings Frank Lloyd Wright Art Glass & Furnishings Organic Architecture Eero Saarinen (1910-1961) Gateway Arch – St. Louis Terminal – Dulles Airport Terminal – JFK Airport Sydney Opera House Joern Utzon (1918-2008) Gaudi Sagrada Familia (1891-/


Frederick Law Olmstead

Frederick Law Olmstead Louis Sullivan Frederick Law Olmstead Frank Lloyd-Wright Le Corbusier Frederick Law Olmstead New York Central Park, 1858 The design of Central / Art Nouveau vines; each ground-floor entrance is topped by a semi-circular arch. Frank Lloyd Wright Frederick C. Robie House 1908-1910 Chicago, Illinois Frank Lloyd Wright Frederick C. Robie House 1908-1910 Chicago, Illinois Frank Lloyd Wright Frederick C. Robie House 1908-1910 Chicago, Illinois Le Corbusier Villa Savoye 1928-31 Poissy/


FIND 1220 WEEK 5 MODERN MOVEMENT 1910-1930 1.Review 2.Italian Futurism 3.Art Deco 4.Frank Lloyd Wright 5.Le Corbusier and Alvar Aalto.

WEEK 5 MODERN MOVEMENT 1910-1930 1.Review 2.Italian Futurism 3.Art Deco 4.Frank Lloyd Wright 5.Le Corbusier and Alvar Aalto BAUHAUS ARTS AND CRAFTSWERKBUNDP.BEHRENSEPRESSIONISDE STIJL RUSSIAN CONSTRUCTIVISM FUTURISM /Chaise Longue Designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand The Robie House is one of the best known examples of Frank Lloyd Wrights Prairie style of architecture http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lucKaICHi4 g Falling Water Villa Hugo Alvar Henrik Aalto,Finnish architect and /


Fallingwater 1936. Frank Lloyd Wright 1867 - 1959.

- 1959 Designed over 1,100 projects 532 completed buildings Edgar Kaufmann jr. Frank Lloyd Wright Edgar Kaufmann Sr. Kaufmann’s Department Store 400 Fifth Ave. Pittsburgh, Pa now Macy’s Edgar Kaufmann Liliane Kaufmann Pittsburgh was called “The Smoky City” Ohiopyle approx. 1850 Ferncliff Hotel /


Week Seven MondayWednesdayFriday. Main Mon #1 Review of CD: Frank Lloyd Wright You must have finished your Final Concept Analysis by Friday!! –Pass it.

Week Seven MondayWednesdayFriday Main Mon #1 Review of CD: Frank Lloyd Wright You must have finished your Final Concept Analysis by Friday!! –Pass it into Fimian... Explorer TOW: Making backups of your / #1 Start: –Task Analysis: due next week Continue: –laying out near-final form of PowerPoint Presentation; due at end of next week Finish: –Media Hunt –Frank Lloyd Wright –Near-final version of Concept Analysis Next Main Fri #2 Internet Skills –Saving a graphic to A: or D: –Saving text to A: and D: PowerPoint/


Sixth Grade Art Masterpiece Yearly Review M.C. Escher Louisa McElwain Salvadore Dali Leonardo da Vinci Louise Nevelson Frank Lloyd Wright.

Sixth Grade Art Masterpiece Yearly Review M.C. Escher Louisa McElwain Salvadore Dali Leonardo da Vinci Louise Nevelson Frank Lloyd Wright Day and Night, 1938 by M.C. Escher Graphic Art: type of visual art made for commercial purposes. /a work of art to make it appear as one, each part contributes to the whole piece. Monochromatic: One Color Falling Water, By Frank Lloyd Wright Still life Value Shape Line: a continuous path of a point as it moves across a surface Repetition: A design that has parts that /


FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT “BROADACRE CITY: A NEW COMMUNITY PLAN” Architectural Record 1935 Filofteia – Cristina R ă b ă gel MSP I 26 May 2010.

: A NEW COMMUNITY PLAN” Architectural Record 1935 Filofteia – Cristina R ă b ă gel MSP I 26 May 2010 FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT (1867-1959) “the architecture of American democracy” A social revolutionary His belief: a system of personal freedom and dignity through land ownership guaranteed social harmony and avoid the class struggle /


Frank Lloyd Wright. Robie HousePraire Style, Oak Park.

Frank Lloyd Wright Robie HousePraire Style, Oak Park Frank Lloyd Wright P.O.B. Wisconsin Born: June 8, 1876 Known for: Creating the most influential American Architecture of the 20th century. He has influenced the world of architecture and has been /


Vector Functions Curves in Space Frank Lloyd Wright 1867 – 1959 Interior of the Guggenheim Museum, New York.

Vector Functions Curves in Space Frank Lloyd Wright 1867 – 1959 Interior of the Guggenheim Museum, New York Good News! Most of what you learned about lines and planes in 3-space can be/ be easily applied to curves Start with a parametric approach Start with a parametric approach Use Maple to help visualize Use Maple to help visualize What shape did Frank Lloyd Wright use? Parametric form - Spiral We could think of the spiral as a collection of points or the path traced out by a vector in space Examples from/


Frank Lloyd Wright - 1867-1959 - one of America’s most influential and prolific architects - involved in both residential and commercial architecture.

Frank Lloyd Wright - 1867-1959 - one of America’s most influential and prolific architects - involved in both residential and commercial architecture Key/ style characterized by:  Low-pitched roof  Overhanging eaves  Horizontal lines  Central chimney  Open floor plan  clerestory windows Martin House Complex Usonian Architecture Wright had catered to societal elite but wished to develop a more democratic architecture during depression era America (1936) developed the Usonian home noted for its:  one /


Source: Wright-house 2011 Source: Onlineartcentre 2012.

recording) 2007, Available: (9 September 2012). Catalogue Photos Brisbane, Fallingwater Pictures (online), 2001, Available: (12 September 2012). Fallingwater.org, Fallingwater Drawings and Plans (online), 2012, Available: (15 September 2012). Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Early Years (online), 2012, Available: (15 September 2012). Fallingwater.org, Background on Fallingwater Structure (online), 2012, Available: (15 September 2012). WonderHowTo, This Weeks Replication Challenge: Fallingwater House (And Last/


The early 20 th Century: The Establishment of Modernist Art First trans-Atlantic radio signal,1901 Wright Brothers’ first flight, 1903 Albert Einstine,(1905-1915.

early 20 th Century: The Establishment of Modernist Art First trans-Atlantic radio signal,1901 Wright Brothers’ first flight, 1903 Albert Einstine,(1905-1915 Theory of Relativity) RMS Titanic sinks,/ of having grown organically, created by pressure from within. - Henry Moore, 1958, quoted by Edouard Roditi Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) By the time of his death, Frank Lloyd Wright had become internationally recognized for his innovative building style and contemporary designs. He had created 1,141 designs, /


Frank Lloyd Wright Where was Frank born? Who did he work for? How did this landscape contribute to his style to architecture? What style of architecure.

Frank Lloyd Wright Where was Frank born? Who did he work for? How did this landscape contribute to his style to architecture? What style of architecure is he famous for? Falling Water http://www.franklloydwright.org//


1 Ideas Board 1 Frank Lloyd Wright Frank GehryDavid Carson Milton Glaser Leonardo Da Vinci Claude Monet “Inspiration From Those Who Have Inspired” Building.

1 Ideas Board 1 Frank Lloyd Wright Frank GehryDavid Carson Milton Glaser Leonardo Da Vinci Claude Monet “Inspiration From Those Who Have Inspired” Building Wide Issues: Jackie Batanglo and Katie Buckley Concept Statement: The goal for the new /


The Museum as Object. The Guggenheim Museum, by Frank Lloyd Wright, is one of the first examples of a museum designed by a “signature” architect. The.

The Museum as Object The Guggenheim Museum, by Frank Lloyd Wright, is one of the first examples of a museum designed by a “signature” architect. The term “signature architect” was not used until the 1970s/ The Des Moines Art Center, by Eliel Saarinen, 1948, is an early example of a museum designed by a signature designer. Begun only five years after Wright’s Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Des Moines Art Center was a more modest design and was finished ten years before the Guggenheim. Native field stone, /


CRES Mastery Extension  Frank Lloyd Wright was an American architect.  One of his most famous building is called Fallingwater as shown on the right.

CRES Mastery Extension  Frank Lloyd Wright was an American architect.  One of his most famous building is called Fallingwater as shown on the right.  Another one of his famous buildings was the Robie House in Chicago which is shown next to Wright.(upper right)  Thomas Jefferson, as you know him, was a famous president. But, he was also a amazing architect.  As you know the/


The Evolution of Airplanes By: Sam Mataraso The First Airplane First successful flight was December 27, 1903. Invented by Orville and Wilbur Wright.

September 6, 2011, from http://www.inventors.about.com/od/fstartinventions/a/Airplan e.htm Crouch., T. D. (n.d.). Wright brothers history: First Airplane Flight, 1903. Wright House: Frank Lloyd, Orville and Wilbur, Steven.... Retrieved September 6, 2011, from http://www.wright-house.com/wright- brothers/wrights/1903.html Greatachivements.org - Greatachivements and Engineering. (n.d.). Greatachivements.org - Greatachivements and Engineering. Retrieved September 7, 2011, from/


Frank Lloyd Wright By: Adam Carlson Adam Carlson CIS 1020 Final Project.

Frank Lloyd Wright By: Adam Carlson Adam Carlson CIS 1020 Final Project Built inexpensive Born: June 8, 1867 Died: April 9, 1959 Born: June 8, 1867 Died: April 9, / Churches Schools Libraries Bridges Museums Designs built open to the public in 1970 compared to now Listed on national register of historic places Houses Built Survived structures of Wright’s Designs 532258 houses300 survive 114120532 total built 532 46.626% total designs built 10 times the number in 1970 33.3333% of all his designs 10.902/


Mt Almagre and the “Divergence Problem” Stephen McIntyre and Peter Holzmann www.climateaudit.org Acknowledgements U.S. Forest Service; Jenny Franks of.

trees) at or near Graybill site with other cores at lower sites;  Measurement and cross-dating by U of Guelph (J. Franks). Thus far 38 cores (23 trees) cross-dated  WinDendro used for measurement (see example below)  Measurement data and meta-/ 1126 Combined chronology without power transformation Combined chronology with power transformation of 0.375 PP51C-0665 Two cores from Upper Wright foxtail Lloyd’s field notes confirmed strip bark. Two cores from Almagre strip bark tree #31 Black –middle of strip; /


Arizona Nanotechnology Cluster 15560 N. Frank Lloyd Wright BL., Suite B4-405 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Chairman Matt Kim, Co-Chair.

Arizona Nanotechnology Cluster 15560 N. Frank Lloyd Wright BL., Suite B4-405 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 www.aznano.org Chairman Matt Kim, mk@quanttera.com Co-Chair Michael J. Berman: michaeljberman@gmail.commk@quanttera.commichaeljberman@gmail.com The Arizona /


RESILIENT FLOOR COVERING. Cork flooring. It became popular in the United States when renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright chose cork flooring.

RESILIENT FLOOR COVERING Cork flooring. It became popular in the United States when renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright chose cork flooring for many of his home designs. Features;  This resource is renewable and sustainable  No matter how much foot traffic it endures, or how long furniture stands on /


Week Two MondayWednesdayFriday. Main Mon #1 Computer “Guts” -- Hardware! –Elmo examples, handheld examples CD: Frank Lloyd Wright Web Site –Bottom of.

Week Two MondayWednesdayFriday Main Mon #1 Computer “Guts” -- Hardware! –Elmo examples, handheld examples CD: Frank Lloyd Wright Web Site –Bottom of page -- directory structure –Email Tutorial on web site –Check Hotmail for update, verify addresses Explorer TOW: Looking at folders, files Next Main Mon #2 PowerPoint Skills –/


Software Design "You can use an eraser on the drafting table or a sledgehammer on the construction site.“ --Frank Lloyd Wright Software design is an important.

Software Design "You can use an eraser on the drafting table or a sledgehammer on the construction site.“ --Frank Lloyd Wright Software design is an important topic because: It is one of the most challenging activities of s/w development (no algorithm or prescriptive process that is guaranteed to deliver a /


The longer I live the more beautiful life becomes. Frank Lloyd Wright Commission on Aging Annual Report - October 2, 2007.

The longer I live the more beautiful life becomes. Frank Lloyd Wright Commission on Aging Annual Report - October 2, 2007  Create an elder-friendly community  Link between Orange County, its residents & providers of senior services Commission on Aging Chairman Mr. James Auffant, /


Design Concepts "You can use an eraser on the drafting table or a sledge hammer on the construction site." Frank Lloyd Wright.

Design Concepts "You can use an eraser on the drafting table or a sledge hammer on the construction site." Frank Lloyd Wright 2 Purpose of Design Design is where customer requirements, business needs, and technical considerations all come together in the formulation of a product or system The design model provides detail /


Where is Here Lecture 2 Prairie Ecosystems. The Urban Savannah Frontiers of the Prairie –Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie Skyscraper, Price Tower Arts center.

Where is Here Lecture 2 Prairie Ecosystems The Urban Savannah Frontiers of the Prairie –Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie Skyscraper, Price Tower Arts center Chicago is as it was on theEcotoneEcotone –coined from a combination of eco(logy) plus –tone –from the Greek tonos or tension – in /


Lecture 1: Fundamentals of Protein Structure. Frank Lloyd Wright.

Lecture 1: Fundamentals of Protein Structure Frank Lloyd Wright Levels of Protein Structure Primary structure = order of amino acids in the protein chain Anatomy of an amino acid Non-polar amino acids Polar, non-charged amino acids Negatively-charged /


 M.Socrative.com – Room #38178  Questions: 1. What did Dorothea Lange document in her photographs? 2. What is another name for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Kaufman.

 M.Socrative.com – Room #38178  Questions: 1. What did Dorothea Lange document in her photographs? 2. What is another name for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Kaufman House?  Martha Graham (1893-1991) is the most influential figure in modern dance  She famously said, “there are no general rules. Each work of art creates its own /


Good/Bad Design A Presentation By. Good/Bad Design GOOD DESIGN The “Usonian Automatic” by Frank Lloyd Wright, is a good design because... it was designed.

Good/Bad Design A Presentation By Good/Bad Design GOOD DESIGN The “Usonian Automatic” by Frank Lloyd Wright, is a good design because... it was designed for the “common man” it was designed for simplicity and beauty it was designed to fit into the natural surroundings Good/Bad /


Day 43 Science and Urban Life Homework 276-281. Technology Skyscrapers – steel, elevator Architects- Louis Sullivan (Wainwright Building) Frank Lloyd.

Life Homework 276-281 Technology Skyscrapers – steel, elevator Architects- Louis Sullivan (Wainwright Building) Frank Lloyd Wright, Daniel Burnham Electric Transit- Subway and “el”- First in Richmond, Virginia Urban Planning- city parks City Planning- Zoning law New Technology Printing- Newspapers, books and magazine for new literate Airplane- Orville and Wilbur Wright Photography – George Eastman (film) and Kodak Camera Summary Questions 1)He invented the Kodak/


SAT Preparation Week 4 The visually captivating nature of Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs suggests that the architect is a true -------, infusing his designs.

SAT Preparation Week 4 The visually captivating nature of Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs suggests that the architect is a true -------, infusing his designs with beauty as well as functionality. A. instigator B. nonconformist C. intellectual D. minimalist E. aesthete Agenda  Review /


Influential Architects. Frank Lloyd Wright Known for establishing Prairie style Low pitched roofs and large overhanging eaves Open plan living (unrestricted.

Influential Architects Frank Lloyd Wright Known for establishing Prairie style Low pitched roofs and large overhanging eaves Open plan living (unrestricted interiors) Central chimney Cantilevered low terraces Using natural materials to compliment the surroundings Using /


017 MODERNISM Early Frank Lloyd Wright –Youngest member of “Chicago School” –Most futuristic of modernists –House designer – Anglo-American influence –Influences.

017 MODERNISM Early Frank Lloyd Wright –Youngest member of “Chicago School” –Most futuristic of modernists –House designer – Anglo-American influence –Influences – Froebel Blocks, Japanese Architecture, Louis Sullivan Prairie House Design Concepts –New American Architecture –Horizontal Planes /


Great Architects Whove Built Great Housing Cooperatives From Aalto to Wright By David Thompson of Neighborhood Partners, LLC www.community.coop.

Great Architects Whove Built Great Housing Cooperatives From Aalto to Wright By David Thompson of Neighborhood Partners, LLC www.community.coop Alvar Aalto Southwestern Finland Agricultural Co-operative Building A /left) 21 Townhomes Lafayette E. Cooperative 286 apartments, 29 floors Diana Ross lived here Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Homes, Pleasantville, Just north of NYC Co-op 47 homes on 100 Acres with 38 acres of communal land Wright did many other housing co-ops He did a design for Circle Pines Co-op /


BACK TO BASICS Planning and Program Development Unlocking the potential to build and grow your volunteer program Presented by: Barb Wright, CAVS – Director.

Planning and Program Development Unlocking the potential to build and grow your volunteer program Presented by: Barb Wright, CAVS – Director Volunteer Services Tennova Healthcare, Knoxville, TN KEYS TO A SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM Assessment Assessment / want to see done.Success = dedication, hard work, and an unremitting devotion to the things you want to see done. Frank Lloyd Wright SERVICE GUIDELINES Once you determine the areas or a new service for volunteers, then you need to set the guidelines for that service/


The Guggenheim In Bilbao, Spain. History Construction for the Guggenheim Museum started in 1994 Frank Gehry designed the Guggenheim museum and it opened.

The Guggenheim In Bilbao, Spain History Construction for the Guggenheim Museum started in 1994 Frank Gehry designed the Guggenheim museum and it opened on October 19, 1997 Today Celebrated the /the reason behind the Guggenheim continued the tradition begun by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation when it commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design the original museum on New York’s Fifth Avenue. Frank O. Gehry was entrusted with the task of designing the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, largely because his conceptions/


Math Art Visual Strategies for Teaching Math. Show Your Work! Shapes ~2D – Paul Klee Frank Stella.

Math Art Visual Strategies for Teaching Math Show Your Work! Shapes ~2D – Paul Klee Frank Stella Frank Lloyd Wright Stained Glass 3D Forms Victor Vasarely and Bridget Riley Tanagrams to Tessalations Paul Klee and M.C. Escher Measurement Tools Frank Stella Hex Signs of the Pennsylvania Dutch Telling Time Seasonally Grandma Moses Hourly Claude Monet Symmetry Beyond the Butterfly Self PortraitsHouses Fractions, Percentages and Proportion Making/


A new home in Colombo?. Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness Frank Gehry.

A new home in Colombo? Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness Frank Gehry Design is everything. Everything! Paul Rand Light must always win Maurice Smith Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication/ Sometimes theres poetry written right on the bathroom wall Ani DiFranco Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you Frank Lloyd Wright The fight is won or lost far away from witnesses - behind the lines, in the gym, and out there on the road, long /


The postmodern era The Postmodern Era (1950-Present) Highly autobiographical Frank subject manner Concerned with Political and Social Injustice Variety.

The postmodern era The Postmodern Era (1950-Present) Highly autobiographical Frank subject manner Concerned with Political and Social Injustice Variety of Forms / No Standard Structure Pollock’s Convergence Disillusioned / Elvis (1964) Postmodern Art Shepard Fairey (1970 - ) Obama Campaign Posters (2008) OBEY sticker Postmodern Architecture The Guggenheim Museum Frank Lloyd Wright (1959) Postmodern Fashion Alexander McQueen (1969 - 2010 ) You are living in the postmodern age… What will you contribute? back


Inspired By Vincent Callebaut’s Physalia ‘Organic architecture seeks superior use and a finer sense of comfort, expressed in organic simplicity.’ – Frank.

Inspired By Vincent Callebaut’s Physalia ‘Organic architecture seeks superior use and a finer sense of comfort, expressed in organic simplicity.’ – Frank Lloyd Wright. It was the year 2000 when 23 year old Vincent Callebaut graduated with the Great Architecture Prize Rene Surrure, Callebaut then decided to live in Paris in order to extend /


Design Quotes  "The two most important tools an architect has are the eraser in the drawing room and the sledge hammer on the construction site." —Frank.

Design Quotes  "The two most important tools an architect has are the eraser in the drawing room and the sledge hammer on the construction site." —Frank Lloyd Wright  Hemingway rewrote the ending to A Farewell to Arms 39 times. When asked about how he achieved his great works, he said, "I write 99 pages of crap for every /


Design Quotes  "The two most important tools an architect has are the eraser in the drawing room and the sledge hammer on the construction site." —Frank.

Design Quotes  "The two most important tools an architect has are the eraser in the drawing room and the sledge hammer on the construction site." —Frank Lloyd Wright  Hemingway rewrote the ending to A Farewell to Arms 39 times. When asked about how he achieved his great works, he said, "I write 99 pages of crap for every /


Design Quotes  "The two most important tools an architect has are the eraser in the drawing room and the sledge hammer on the construction site." —Frank.

Design Quotes  "The two most important tools an architect has are the eraser in the drawing room and the sledge hammer on the construction site." —Frank Lloyd Wright  Hemingway rewrote the ending to A Farewell to Arms 39 times. When asked about how he achieved his great works, he said, "I write 99 pages of crap for every /


Design Quotes  "The two most important tools an architect has are the eraser in the drawing room and the sledge hammer on the construction site." —Frank.

Design Quotes  "The two most important tools an architect has are the eraser in the drawing room and the sledge hammer on the construction site." —Frank Lloyd Wright  Hemingway rewrote the ending to A Farewell to Arms 39 times. When asked about how he achieved his great works, he said, "I write 99 pages of crap for every /


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