Frank Lloyd Wright: New UNESCO World Heritage Site

This weekend, a selection Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings joined the Unesco World Heritage List. The listing, named the 20th-Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, includes eight buildings across the United States:

I am excited to see so many of my favorites on this list (and I can’t wait to visit the ones I haven’t!). Have you visited any? Which are on your bucket list?

I’ve written about a few of these places, check it out:

Unity Temple

Robie House

Taliesin (Spring Green, WI)

Also: Five Things to Like About Frank Lloyd Wright

Read more about the Unesco listing:

From the New York Times: “Unesco Adds Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture to World Heritage List”

From Curbed: “Frank Lloyd Wright buildings named UNESCO World Heritage sites”

From the Dwell: “8 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Inducted Into the UNESCO World Heritage List”

The Chicago Tribune: “8 Frank Lloyd Wright buildings, including Chicago’s Robie House and Oak Park’s Unity Temple, named to World Heritage List”

The Robie House (also top photo)

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