Intern architects Chris and Lindsey are moving from D.C. to Baltimore, Maryland. Chris is all about the functional style of Frank Lloyd Wright houses. Lindsey, on the other hand, prefers an old world feel with modern updates.
These epic private islands are personal paradises. From a private Florida Key with a pier that cost half a million bucks to a Frank Lloyd Wright house with a rooftop helipad, to a 3000 acre nature preserve in Wisconsin!
When an unauthorized photographer appears on the set, an explosive argument between Markus, Indrani and GK during a Women's Health Magazine shoot in New York results in rapper/actress Eve storming off the set. The fighting continues in Los Angeles where a luxurious hotel suite dredges up 15 years of emotional baggage between the ex-lovers. Only an artistic shoot for uber fab designer Kai Kuhne at Frank Lloyd Wright's Ennis House makes Markus and Indrani focus on what they do best.
Janette and Blair Gershkow want to transform a steep dry slope into a dramatic landscape inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece home, Fallingwater.
We're traveling to Fallingwater in Run Mill, Pennsylvania, where modern design meets a waterfall, courtesy of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Then we visit White Oak, North Carolina to see how Cone Denim keeps America forever in blue jeans.
He was a master builder, a rebel and a worshipper of nature. Frank Lloyd Wright left behind a legacy of beautiful homes and buildings, and changed America's approach to architecture forever.
Frank Lloyd Wright was the greatest of all American architects. He was an authentic American genius, a man who believed he was destined to redesign the world, creating everything anew. Over the course of his long career, Wright designed over eight hundred buildings, including such revolutionary structures as the Guggenheim Museum, the
Johnson Wax Building, Fallingwater, Unity Temple and Taliesin. Wright's buildings and his ideas changed the way we live, work, and see the world around us. Frank Lloyd
Wright's architectural achievements were often overshadowed by the turbulence of his melodramatic life. In ninety-two years, he fathered seven children, married three times, and was almost constantly embroiled in scandal. Some hated him, some loved him, but in the end, few could deny that he was the most important architect in America, and perhaps the world.
First, Ken Burns And Lynn Novick Discuss Their New Pbs Documentary About The Great 20Th Century Architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Then, Andrew Sullivan, Former Editor Of The New Republic, Discusses His Latest Book, Love Undetectable, A Memoir In The Form Of Three Essays. Finally, Phil Collins Discusses His New Greatest Hits Cd, Hits, And His Long Music Career, Which Included Six Grammy Awards.
Bob Vila oversees the reconditioning of an original window in the Sears kit house. Also: a tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House.
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