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The Not Too Serious Architecture Hour is this Saturday, September 5th at 2pm EDT.
Join us in the Zoom webinar if you'd like to ask questions, answer polls, and maybe get brought onto the air and join the conversation!
Here's the Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87597079817?p ... dpZFcrZz09
About the event-
Kim Bixler’s family owned Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1908 Edward E. Boynton House in Rochester, New York, from 1977 to 1994. The Boynton House is one of Wright’s stunning prairie-style private homes. During its construction, the world-renowned architect was frequently on-site, supervising all details, including the design of the furniture (seventeen pieces still remain in the house). Kim Bixler published her latest book Growing Up in a Frank Lloyd Wright House, is featured in the PBS documentary Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boynton House: The Next Hundred Years and has appeared on NPR’s Here & Now in conjunction with Wright’s 150th Birthday celebration. Kim has written and edited five other books and currently lives with her family in Los Angeles, CA. She graduated from Cornell University in 1991. www.kimbixler.com