Wright and Olgivanna began the Taliesin Fellowship, taking on apprentices. Fallingwater brought him new acclaim for its modern principles and materials integrated with the landscape. Usonian houses were high-quality, affordable housing for mass production. In 1937, the Fellowship began annual pilgrimage to Arizaona's Taliesin West. His provocative postwar gas stations, synagogues, and a spiral-ramped Guggenheim Museum, closed out his career.
Producer: Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, Peter Miller
Executive Producer: Ken Burns
Production Company: Florentine Films
Production Year: 1998
Copyright Year: 1997
Director: Ken Burns, Lynn Novick
Narrator: Edward Herrmann
Actors: Edward Herrmann, Philip Bosco
Writers: Geoffrey C. Ward
Number of Discs: 1
Length: 160 minutes
Audio Format: Stereo
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