Taliesin West in early evening. Photo by Jeff Topping
Taliesin, view of the residence from the birdwalk. Photo by Pranav Naik
Taliesin, the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, is a community of talented, dedicated, and enthusiastic people who collectively maintain an active learning environment for the exploration and practice of the discipline of architecture.
Faculty at Taliesin work collaboratively to provide undergraduate and graduate students with a vibrant learning experience. The approach to teaching is derived from an experiential learning model first advocated by the founders of the School as ‘learning by doing.’ Faculty play an active and important role in the evolving pedagogy and philosophy of the School. All full and part-time faculty are committed to critical self-assessment, optimal pedagogy, and student progress.
Taliesin appeals to motivated, and skilled individuals who aspire to a life in architecture. The student body is diverse, and forms a strong culture of camaraderie. Because of the nature of the residential life on campus, new students acclimate with the strong support of their peers and positive guidance from the faculty and staff.
For additional information about the School, please email the Director of Admissions:
Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture
PO Box 4430
Scottsdale, AZ 85261
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