The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation just made it easier to tour Taliesin West, the renowned architect’s winter estate in Scottsdale, Arizona. Before Wright’s death in 1959, the estate functioned as both his winter home and a working studio where he designed the Guggenheim Museum, among other famous works. Today the property is the headquarters for the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, which collaborated with Leica Geosystems and Multivista to create an immersive 3D experience for fans who can’t make the trip to visit. “We’re able to carry out our mission, and Wright’s vision into the future, by making Taliesin West available to the world so it can experience his ideas, architecture and design in new ways,” said Stuart Graff, president and CEO of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
Go here to take the immersive Taliesin West experience: FrankLloydWright.org/3DLAB