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jpegfantasy · 6 months ago
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Interior Style & Design, Frank LLoyd Wright, 2003 📚  
S.C. Johnson Wax Administration Building, Wisconsin, built 1936-1939 🏢
Salvaged & scanned by @jpegfantasy 🖨️
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convivialchemist · 22 days ago
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Okay, who was gonna tell me that Leo was into architecture? Season 1, Ep.17 "Portal Jacked!" @ 2:50 minutes.
Leonardo, after falling into the Hidden City: "Whoa, who's your architect, Frank Lloyd Gargoyle?"
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A joke in-reference to Frand Lloyd Wright, the American Architect who was well-known for organic architecture and Prairie architecture that melds humanity and their environment together in harmony.
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His work is inspired by Japanese woodblock print.
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This comment is supported in the world Leo falls into as the Yokai/Mutants that live there are in harmony with their environment, clearly shown with elegantly built-in houses into the natural terrain of the world as well as the melding of both flying crafts as well as natural flying creatures sharing the skies together.
Leo's got some sort of background in architecture or likes it and I'm all here for the ROTTMNT lore I've uncovered along the way. Like dang, is this where the show creators got inspired for simplifying the turtles to their square/rectangle/circle/triangle shapes?
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vintagehomecollection · 4 months ago
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The Los Angeles House, 1995
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gingerbaci · 8 months ago
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Hanna House by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1936 - via x
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setdeco · 5 months ago
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FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, Ennies House, Los Feliz, California, USA, 1923-24
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La Crescenta, 2826 Alta Terrace, La Crescenta, California,
By Eric Lloyd Wright, son of architect Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. and grandson of the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright.
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fannyrosie · 10 months ago
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As a fan of architecture, I had been meaning to check out the Jiyu Gakuen Miyonichikan (自由学園明日館), an old school designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1921, for a while, and I finally managed to go last week. They have uncommon opening days for visits because they host a lot of weddings and meetings, so you need to check their calendar on their website. Anyway, like the nerd I am, I dressed up in the colours of the building. I posted the pictures of the building separately HERE. Outfit rundown: Hat: Vintage Cardigan: thrifted Fint Blouse: old FF21 Skirt: second-hand Mary Magdalene Bag: second-hand Axes Femme Shoes: second-hand Queen Bee Coat: Mary Magdalene Tights: Taobao from a long time ago Painting brooch: vintage Wood harp brooch: Zack Zack Seiffen Stamp cat brooch: Via Carousel Shiso earrings: I can't remember the artist from Design Festa
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darquitectura · 8 months ago
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Frank Lloyd Wright
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vanillanga · 4 months ago
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The Guggenheim Museum
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frenchcurious · 5 months ago
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Fallingwater House (1935) designed by Frank Lloyd Wright . - source Cars & Motorbikes Stars of the Golden era.
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moodboardmix · 9 months ago
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1973 Airstream Remodel Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright
Interior Design by Grace Kuhn and David Phinney
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jpegfantasy · 5 months ago
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Interior Style & Design, Frank LLoyd Wright, 2003 📚  
Salvaged & scanned by @jpegfantasy 🖨️
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notpikaman · 47 minutes ago
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kafkasapartment · 24 days ago
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Northwestern Elevation drawing for Price Tower, Bartlesville, Oklahoma, 1952. Frank Lloyd Wright. Ink and colored pencil on paper.
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vintagehomecollection · 5 months ago
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The Los Angeles House, 1995
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Building by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1936-39
Computers by NCR
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desimonewayland · 18 days ago
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Frank Lloyd Wright
Millard House (La Miniatura), Pasadena, California (Exterior perspective from the garden) 1923-24
La Miniatura, the Millard House in Pasadena, is the earliest in a series known as the Textile Block houses, designed by Wright in the 1920s; all are located in southern California. This color rendering depicts the Millard House in its lush surroundings. The house is constructed of a combination of plain-faced and ornamental concrete blocks, which were cast on the site from molds designed by Wright. The square blocks, with perforated, glass-filled apertures, form a continuous interior and exterior fabric. The relatively small scale of the blocks allows for a design that closely follows the contours of the landscape.
In his autobiography, Wright wrote: "The concrete block? The cheapest (and ugliest) thing in the building world. . . . Why not see what could be done with that gutter-rat?" In his Textile Block houses, Wright attempted to introduce a flexible building system, marrying the merits of standardized machine production to the innovative, creative vision of the artist.
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notpikaman · 47 minutes ago
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