The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright Through The Eyes of a Child



17 children, from different paths of life, discovered Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture through the lens of the camera. Using digital SLR cameras, students learned the basics of photography and composition while taking photographs of three Lloyd Wright buildings: Fallingwater, Unity Temple and the Westcott House. For many, it was their first encounter with Lloyd Wright’s architecture. Through photography, the children gained an appreciation for the power of architecture and design.

Curated by Ty Fischer