Talk:Frank Lloyd Wright

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I'm trying my best, but I think I'm having "structural" trouble here. After I remove my little "work" tag from the article, I suspect it could be made a lot better with someone else's work. Thanks! Human 22:36, 12 May 2007 (EDT)

OK, I'm "done" for now, but this article still needs serious help. BTW, I forgot to add my two FLW books to a "references" section... Human 22:52, 12 May 2007 (EDT)

I added his political views yesterday.SteKelBry (talk) 18:22, November 22, 2021 (EST)

What's interesting is, Taliesan's next-door neighbor, The House on the Rock, is by far a bigger tourist attraction. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 19:17, November 22, 2021 (EST)

That’s great. I really want to visit some of his homes. SteKelBry (talk) 14:35, November 23, 2021 (EST)

Distance of Taliesin to House on the Rock. It's been described as the "tourist trap to end all tourist traps". It costs about $30 a head to get in. I've been there 3 times and still haven't seen all there is to see. The house itself, which was built as a practical living space, only takes about 10-15 minutes to get through (it's very cold, like a cave moreless), but the lines were so long to get in in the early days (when admission was 25 cents), they added all these convoluted "walking tours" of special collections and junk to see. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 16:26, November 23, 2021 (EST)
If you ever go, go on a weekday, where you can spend more time in the house or at exhibits without being rushed. And watch your head inside the house, the rock ceiling is kinda low in some places. As a practical living space, the kitchen for example is a typical 1950s-style kitchen (not really built for hundreds of tourists to file though) with electric stove and oven, inside a cave moreless, with a spectacular window view of the valley below. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 16:34, November 23, 2021 (EST)
That's great. Thanks for the information. I've seen the Rosenbaum House, but I never got to go inside unfortunately. I really like architecture, but I'm not really into the whole modern stuff, except for homes and buildings designed by Wright. I'm more of an old-fashioned, classical architecture, type of guy. -SteKelBry (talk) 18:47, November 23, 2021 (EST)