Frank Lloyd Wright’s A.D. German Warehouse Has a New Owner
There’s great news out of Richland Center, Wisconsin for Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiasts. The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy’s Web site (savewright.org) reports that Wright’s A.D. German Warehouse (1916-1921) has recently been purchased by a local resident. According to the Building Conservancy’s Web site:
The property was purchased from the estate of Harvey Glanzer and closed on August 15. The buyer wishes to remain anonymous and did not wish to disclose the amount of the sale.
The site further states that the new owner is currently working with local organizations for future plans for the building and its adaptive reuse.
Frank Lloyd Wright, A.D. German Warehouse (1916-1921), Richland Center, Wisconsin.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home Movies
Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin for many years. During those visits, she captured the atmosphere of daily life at Taliesin on film.”Wright worked for and studied under Adler, and his granddaughter Joan became a regular visitor to Wright’s home and farm at
Frank Lloyd Wright and Olgivanna Wright in the garden, late 1930s-early 1940s. Photo credit: Still from a film from the personal collection of Joan Salzstein. Milwaukee Art Museum, Institutional Archives.
At Home with Frank Lloyd Wright
This news comes to us courtesy of both The Frank Lloyd Wright Newsblog and Architects and Artisans. The SC Johnson Company has opened the new SC Johnson Gallery in Racine, Wisconsin. This gallery is located in the new Foster + Partners-designed Fortaleza Hall. To commemorate the landmarkopening, SC Johnson and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona have collaborated on a multi-media exhibit, At Home with Frank Lloyd Wright.
For more information on The SC Johnson Gallery and the Wright exhibit visit http://scjohnson.com/en/press-room/fact-sheets/05-27-2012/Frank-Lloyd-Wright-Prairie-Style.aspx.