Recently KR+H's Paul Reidt was in New York City for client meetings and quite purposely blocked off an afternoon to see "Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive" at The Museum of Modern Art.
MoMA's major exhibition celebrates the architect's 150th birthday (born June 8, 1867) and includes some 450 works by Frank Lloyd Wright, covering designs from the 1890s to the 1950s.
Paul feasted his eyes on FLW's architectural drawings, models of homes and city towers, building fragments, furniture, textiles, and much more. He snuck in a few iPhone snaps and was excited to share his enthusiasm for the prolific, controversial, and visionary Frank Lloyd Wright.
REFLECTIONS ON A KR+H PROJECT
Awhile back we posted a story, "A Home of Light, Design, Art, and Craftsmanship," showing KR+H's work in a home designed by architect Brian Hemingway and Flavin Architects. Paul and I looked back on this residence thinking it's design has a quality of nature, light, and pattern that seems inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. Photos of the project are by Paul Warchol.
"Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive" is at MoMA through October 1. It comes highly recommended by Paul!