The Women Who Changed Architecture is a visual and global chronicle of the triumphs, challenges, and impact of over 100 women in architecture.
US Post Office Great Neck, a region on the North Shore of Nassau County that encompasses nine villages, is one
During the length of his seven-decade career, Frank Lloyd Wright designed more than 1,000 structures — of that number, 532 were built, and 400 or so exist.
Metrograph, an independent cinema on Ludlow, is delving into the history of skyscrapers with a theater run of Tall: The American Skyscraper and Louis Sullivan.
From its Dutch and German roots in the 17th through the 19th centuries to its mafia ties in the '20s, learn about the top 12 secrets of the East Village in NYC.
Exhibit on Frank Lloyd Wright, the influential architect will be at The MoMA next year from June 12 to October 1st, 2017 with 450 works spanning over 60 years.
The Crimson Beech, one of the Marshall Erdman Prefab Houses by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the mid 1900s, is located in Lighthouse Hill, Staten Island.
One of the most easily recognizable buildings in New York City is a Frank Lloyd Wright creation, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, established in 1937
Frank Lloyd Wright's revolutionary "tower in the park" design would have been NYC's first all-glass apartment building. The Great Depression foiled the plan.
In April 2013, Frank Lloyd Wright’s auto showroom on Park Avenue quietly disappeared, to be replaced by a TD Bank. It was one of 3 Wright commissions in NYC.