The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Academics | Architecture Schools
Taliesin, the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, builds architects of the future and accepts applications year-round from creative, self-motivated students. A professional Master of Architecture (M.Arch) degree, and a Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) degree, are offered.
A summer adventure in architecture awaits you at Taliesin, the home and studio of Frank Lloyd Wright in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Apply today. Two sessions are offered this year: Session I 5/22/13 – 7/3/13 (application deadline April 29) and Session II 7/8/13 – 8/16/13 (application deadline May 15).
TALIESIN WEST SPRING (MINI) LECTURE SERIES
This season, TWLS is presenting a mini series featuring guests visiting Taliesin West: JAN UTZON, Architect, Denmark, JERRY VAN EYCK, Landscape Architect, New York, and WILL BRUDER, Architect, Phoenix, who will also have a conversation with JUHANI PALLASMAA, Architect, Finland. Please see link for more details.
JUHANI PALLASMAA, SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE AT TALIESIN WEST
November 2012 – March 2013
Mr. Pallasmaa, who was one of the keynote speakers at the recent Minding Design symposium, will remain in residence at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, where he will conduct seminars, and lectures. We will announce upcoming public lectures on this site.
Out of some 200 homes profiled this year in WSJ.com’s House of the Day feature, Wall Street Journal readers voted on an unusual design by Taliesin Fellow Arthur Dennis Stevens.
This design by dean Victor Sidy was featured as House of the Day on Wall Street Journal’s web site. With a freight elevator for a front entry, exposed brick walls and a massive metal sliding door, this Bed-Stuy apartment still references its gritty past.
The Taliesin Artist Residency Program (TARP) recently welcomed Diego Valles and Susannah Mira as the Fall 2012 resident artists at Taliesin West. You can visit the artists’ websites through the TARP page.
This small Accessory Dwelling Unit designed and constructed by students and faculty, has received numerous awards, and is now also produced in three sizes and three material finishes by Lindal Cedar Homes.
Learn more about the personal-scale experimental living structures at both campuses with a long tradition of design/build learning experiences that provide opportunities to integrate design skills while making place for poetic habitation.
A portfolio of designs created through the collaboration of faculty and graduate students for the charter launch of the Lindal Architects Collaborative program. Lindal utilizes a modular structural grid for the wooden post/beam construction and guarrantees the highest-standard environmental performance.