Taliesin, the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, builds architects of the future by offering comprehensive study towards a professional Master of Architecture (M.Arch) degree. The program is designed for students who thrive in a multifaceted environment focusing on rigorous design, critical thinking, and hands-on learning. The School’s specialized approach facilitates an individualized educational experience and fosters a close relationship between students, faculty, and staff.
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Taliesin’s M. Arch program continues to gain worldwide attention. ARCHH has recognized Taliesin as a Top 10 program
Applications to the Master of Architecture program at Taliesin are accepted year round. Application decisions are ongoing
TALIESIN WEST LECTURE SERIES 2015
The 2015 lecture series entitled "Free and Open to the Public" will explore open-source, pro bonoand public space design by some of the worlds leading architects and designers. Lectures take place on Thursday evenings at 7PM in the Pavilion and are open to everyone, free of charge.
ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE TALKS, February 2015
TALIESIN ARTIST RESIDENCY PROGRAM (TARP) welcomes the first two artists for 2015, Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong, and Carrie Dickason. The artists will give public talks of their work on Wednesday, February 11, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. in the Pavilion theater at Taliesin West.
TALIESIN WEST IMMERSION
A second Immersion session is now available March 16 – May 8, 2015. A certificate of attendance will be provided with satisfactory completion. The cost for the program is $4,800, which includes tuition, room, and board.
Lotus Shelter Restoration and Rehabilitation
Taliesin and ASU students collaborated with Kamal Amin on the restoration and rehabilitation of the historic 1963 Lotus Shelter at Taliesin West. (more images and story after the jump).
Juhani Pallasmaa reflection on Taliesin West
Orchestrating Architecture: Atmosphere in Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buildings. Article on Archinet by Juhani Pallasmaa, Scholar in Residence 2012-13, reflecting on his experience at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West campus.
Learn more about the personal-scale experimental living structures at both campuses with a long tradition of design/build learning experiences that provide opportunities to integrate design skills while making place for poetic habitation.
Watch new videos produced by the School and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, showcasing several aspects of the Taliesin learning experience; from the beautiful campus in the desert, to the academic vigor of learning by doing.
CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE FOUNDATION - TALIESIN SCHOLAR
Each year, CAF offers six high school students the chance to experience a life-changing apprenticeship at Taliesin, the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in Spring Green, Wisconsin during their summer break. The Taliesin Scholar Program is an intensive, week-long architectural studio. This opportunity is reserved for six select Chicago Public School high school students who participate in the CAF Newhouse Architecture & Design Competition.
WSJ HOUSE OF THE YEAR BY TALIESIN ALUMNUS
Out of some 200 homes profiled this year in WSJ.com's House of the Day feature, Wall Street Journal readers voted on an unusual design by Taliesin Fellow Arthur Dennis Stevens.
WSJ HOUSE OF THE DAY BY TALIESIN DEAN
This design by dean Victor Sidy was featured as House of the Day on Wall Street Journal's web site. With a freight elevator for a front entry, exposed brick walls and a massive metal sliding door, this Bed-Stuy apartment still references its gritty past.
This small Accessory Dwelling Unit designed and constructed by students and faculty, has received numerous awards, and is now also produced in three sizes and three material finishes by Lindal Cedar Homes.
TALIESIN DESIGN AND LINDAL CEDAR HOMES
A portfolio of designs created through the collaboration of faculty and graduate students for the charter launch of the Lindal Architects Collaborative program. Lindal utilizes a modular structural grid for the wooden post/beam construction and guarrantees a high-standard environmental performance.