Frank Lloyd Wright at the Guggenheim
As designers we’re always looking for ideas and inspiration, be it from a magazine, a flea market antique, or a fabulous piece of art. This summer’s find is on Fifth Avenue at the Guggenheim Museum. The Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward exhibit features sixty-five projects conceived by the architect, many of which are on view to the public for the first time. Take a break from the heat and walk the spiraling hallways of the museum, Wright’s last major work, and glance at the many works presented through animations, models and original drawings. You don’t have to be an architecture buff to appreciate the originality of one of the most renowned architects of the twentieth century.
There has to be something said for Wright’s visions, which express a harmonious relationship between form, function and the environment. So whether you’re looking to impress at your next dinner party with some architecture trivia, or you’re looking for some design inspiration, check out the Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit before it’s too late. It’s easy to forget that some of the most inventive and timeless design concepts are just a New York minute away at our favorite museums. For more information on the exhibit and the architect, visit there website.