Frank Lloyd Wright understood that a building cannot be a home without appropriate furnishings. He was concerned about decorating the rooms in a style that would enhance the overall architecture and aesthetic of each area.
An example of the decorative ceramic Chinese theater scenes
Chinese theater scenes are placed throughout the estate with some used to mark transitions from one area to another.
Room-separating artwork wall with sculptures and stones
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West living room
Read more about Taiesin West HERE.
Previous posts and photographs in the Taliesin West series in chronological order:
- Taliesin Photo Tour Introduction – July 3, 2017
- Our Walk Begins – Posted July 4, 2017
- A visit to the drafting studio – July 5, 2017
- Studio Reflecting Pool & Artwork – Posted July 6, 2017
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