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In my view, some very good architects have come out of Taliesin. Although, it seems to have stopped in recent years.
This is in no way an argument. I am just wondering what other FLW fans views are.
Personally, I've seen some terrific designs by TA.
I'd be interested to know what everyone else thinks.
Can anybody recommend a book, Web site, etc., about TA's work? I haven't seen enough of it to have really strong opinions about how it relates to what Mr. Wright created.
"Well, there you are!"
"A Taliesin Legacy" by Tobias Gugenheimer
"A Living Architecture" by John Rattenbury
"House Beautiful" Magazine October 1959
(Best found at online used booksellers)
There are many others. Try google-ing the following names:
William Wesley Peters
John H. Howe
Organic Architects who were not directly associated with Wright:
This is just a start. There is more published than you think. The mainstream architectural press seems to avoid Organic Architecture for the most part.