Frank Lloyd Wright Archives Move
to New York

Design News 09.04.12

Since his death in 1959, models, correspondence, sketches, and photos by Frank Lloyd Wright have been in storage at his headquarters. Now, they're on the move to New York, to be displayed and preserved. In a partnership, the Museum of Modern Art will house the models and Columbia University's Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library will preserve the papers. The collection includes drawings for Wright's Fallingwater and models for the unrealized St. Mark's Tower.

In other news, Etsy offers gift cards starting this fall and there's a (naked) lady in them thar hills. See the headlines after the jump.

A Vast Frank Lloyd Wright Archive Is Moving to New York | The New York Times
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(Image: Museum of Modern Art via The New York Times)

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