Frank Lloyd Wright was the most talked about "starchitect" of the mid-20th century. He had a twenty-year relationship with Pittsburgh.
Fallingwater was only the beginning. FLW's on and off friendship with retail magnate Edgar Kaufmann yielded innovative designs--and plenty of controversy. Apprentices trained at FLW's Taliesin program carry on his legacy into the 21st century.
Presented by DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh / Hosted by Paul Tellers. Paul is an architect and planner. He was the University Architect at Carnegie Mellon University, the Director of Planning at WTW Architects, and a Project Manager for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
The DOP Virtual Storytelling series, March 2021 - April 2021, is supported in part by: Dollar Bank