Frank Lloyd Wright’s paper architecture comes to life at the Westmoreland

Fallingwater is one of his most notable buildings, but there’s a good chance you don’t know the other half of Frank Lloyd Wright’s oeuvre. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Southwestern Pennsylvania, hosted at the Westmoreland Museum of Art, explores both realized works and paper architecture, including a residential highrise, a parking garage, and the white elephant of his Pittsburgh Civic Center complex. This clutch of Wright projects filled out a chapter of Neil Levine’s The Urbanism of Frank Lloyd Wright (which the curators cited as an inspiration) and receives a gripping due here. The show is now closed, but the exhibition travels to the National Building Museum in early 2025.

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