Frank Lloyd Wright

Past, Present, Future

November 9, 2019
Speaker’s Luncheon - English Speaking Union – Seattle Branch

Frank Lloyd Wright, Past, Present, Future

The Legacy of Genius and the significance of the recent inscription of eight F L Wright buildings to the UNESCO World Heritage List


Saturday, November 9, 2019Raisbeck EstateHosted bar and buffet luncheon after the lecture

Speaker: Larry A. Woodin a graduate of the UW Department of Architecture has studied the work of America’s most famous architect FL Wright since first encountering his work in Junior High School. He is past president of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy and currently serves on that organization’s Executive Board. He played a major role in saving the only Wright house built in Oregon and wrote the book to tell the story: The Gordon House: A Moving Experience. He continues to serve on the board of the Gordon House Conservancy as liaison between the Gordon House and the FLWBC, the only organization dedicated to preserving the entire built legacy of the famous architect.

The sold-out presentation covered the entire breadth of Wright’s career and utilized a series of contemporary buildings to illustrate the continuing use of design principals to demonstrate the continuing influence of Wright’s work and philosophy. Future tours and special events relating to these buildings will also be announced on this site – ask to join the mailing list to be informed when details are finalized… (mailing list link)

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