The Power of Place
Presented by Mark Johnson, AIA
Friday, May 14, 1:00pm CDT
Mark Johnson is Principal Architect of Signal, a firm based in Seattle, Washington. His work with cultural institutions, municipalities, and communities has allowed him to develop a keen eye toward architecture and landscape as a system, and true sustainability of place.
In his presentation, Mark will look at the power of place as a design tool with a focus on projects including an environmental education center, weather treatment station, art center and a canyon visitor center.
Registration is free for this virtual lecture. The program duration is 45 minutes and includes a Q&A session with participants.
This program is presented in partnership with American Institute of Architects Wisconsin. Continuing education credits are available for AIA members.
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information (link and password) about joining the webinar.
Bringing Nature Into Play
Presented by Max Levy, FAIA
Recorded Friday, April 2, 1:00 CST
Max Levy established his own studio in Dallas in 1984 and has received numerous local, state and national awards for his work. Levy is interested in how architecture can reframe our awareness of nature in ways that offer us restorative moments. He will present projects that bring rainfall, sunlight, and breezes into play architecturally.
This program is presented in partnership with American Institute of Architects Wisconsin. Continuing education credits available for AIA members.
Frank Lloyd Wright in Western New York
Presented by Patrick Mahoney, AIA
Recorded Thursday, February 25, 2021
Mahoney will examine Frank Lloyd Wright’s works in western New York from his first commission to the recently completed legacy projects. Wright’s Heath and Barton houses were the first to be completed, closely followed by the Darwin D. Martin house and the Larkin Administration Building. We’ll also learn about several designs proposed for construction during Wright’s lifetime but realized or proposed in the recent past.
“The Kraus House, Wright’s Little Gem”
Presented by Kathryn Feldt, Executive Director, The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park
Recorded Thursday, January 28, 1:00 CST
Described by original homeowners, Ruth and Russell, as “a thing that lives and breathes. . . . A soul-stirring, comfortingly satisfying experience,” the Kraus House continues to awe and inspire 60 years later. Learn about the design, construction, and restoration of this unique home and testament to Wright’s Usonian vision of beautiful architecture for all Americans.
A Restoration and Sensitive Renovation for a Modest Wright House
Presented by Daniel R. Nichols, AIA
Recorded Monday, November 30, 2020
Nichols shares an architect’s journey of purchasing, researching, and restoring a little known Frank Lloyd Wright house in a New Jersey suburb.
Daniel R. Nichols is a partner at Ragan Design Group Architects, LLC, a South Jersey based architectural firm focused on commercial, municipal, and multi-family projects.
Nichols and his wife Christine Denario are the current owners of Wright’s 1950 J.A. Sweeton house, which they have been gradually restoring since 2008.
“Life is not Monotonous at Taliesin”
Presented by Keiran Murphy
Recorded Tuesday October 27, 2020
Keiran Murphy is a historic researcher and has done extensive writing about the buildings on the Taliesin estate, has given presentations on those buildings and Wright, and has answered questions from both the public and Taliesin tour staff. She has served as a consultant on several books about Wright and Taliesin, including Plagued by Fire: The Dreams and Furies of Frank Lloyd Wright, by Paul Hendrickson, and Building Taliesin: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home of Love and Loss, by Ron McCrea.
Creating a Usonian Dream
Presented by Linda Eales, Curator, John and Catherine Christian house
Recorded Tuesday September 15, 2020
Curator Linda Eales will present on the John and Catherine Christian house, named Samara by Frank Lloyd Wright. With the permission of Wright, the Christians developed their home over a 60 year period while they lived in the home.