Art: Wright Apprentices

Whenever Architect Frank Lloyd Wright has a good idea, he does something about it. The best idea he ever had was Frank Lloyd Wright. He has been doing things about that for 63 years. His latest idea is to found a practical architect's school to educate architects in Frank Lloyd Wright's image. The school would be across the valley from "Taliesin," his studio-estate in the dairy country near Spring Green, Wis. He would be the chief faculty member, teaching male and female pupils his basic architectural law: that the architect must integrate...

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