Frank Lloyd Wright was named as the greatest American architect of all time by the American Institute of Architects in 1991. He called his architecture “organic” and believed buildings and the space they inhabited should integrate into one coherent whole. Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona was his winter home and test laboratory for desert living designs.
Today, Taliesin West serves as one of the campuses for the Frank Lloyd School of Architecture. Tours provide the public with the opportunity to see his desert masterpiece and gain insight into the man.