Frank Lloyd Wright

Architecture

Residential course

Mike Hope

15 January 2021 to 17 January 2021

From £226

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Description

Never far from Controversy and a pithy one-liner, Frank Lloyd Wright is now rightly recognised as one of the giants of not just American but world architecture. The course will outline his architectural development and the professional and personal controversies that would cloud his career. Besides his building and flamboyant lifestyle, his impact upon generations of young architects and apprentices will also be examined and discussed. Mike Hope has travelled extensively around America visiting, lecturing about and running tours to many of his key works such as Falling Water, the Guggenheim Museum, Taliesin, Taliesin West, the Unity Temple, Wingspread, and homes in Illinois, Wisconsin, Arizona and California.

Residential Fees From: £338.   Non Residential: £266

Tutor information

Mike Hope author, lecturer, curator and designer spent over twenty-five years lecturing and holding senior management posts in four Universities (Staffordshire, Portsmouth, Nottingham Trent and Plymouth) and has spent nearly thirty years delivering Summer School Programmes. He has lectured around the world and was a founder board member of The European Academy of Design. Alongside an extensive publication list, he has researched, designed and curated many exhibitions. He is a lecturer for Travel Editions Art & History Abroad programme. He is also currently a member of the Exeter Diocesan Advisory Board and advisor on stained glass to the Diocese of Exeter.
His latest book, ‘Art Deco Architecture: The Interwar Period’, is due for publication in early July 2019