This year marks the centennial of Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright’s legendary, scandal-plagued hilltop home and summer studio in the midst of farmland about 40 miles west of Madison, WI. There’s a great write up on the home on The Huffington Post discussing the sustainability of the design. It mentions how Wright’s stubbornness and pursuit of perfection may have contradicted his renowned philosophy on his trade. Either way, the design and construction of this house has stood the test of time and is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful pieces of artwork around today. Can you believe that this 100 years old? How many things do you want to own are 100 years old?
UPDATE: Thank you to DAVID ROTH for pointing out that I linked to the wrong images. I now have the proper Taliesin East photographs.