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Frank Lloyd Wright’s TALIESIN Center

understanding of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture and ideas
Taliesin
Taliesin
Taliesin® Preservation, Inc. (TPI) was created to preserve the buildings, artifacts, landscape, and legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin. America’s premier architect and Wisconsin’s native son considered Spring Green his home and endeavored to build and create an environment both beautiful and inspirational. It is our mission to conserve the masterful buildings and educate the public on the man, the architect, the architecture, and the ideas.

To Taliesin CenterAuthor: EVM STAFF on 04/22 2015
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