NeoMam Studios, Frank Lloyd Wright’s homes in digital form
Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the founders of the modern movement and also one of the most prolific architects of his time. The foundation that bears his name calculates that out of a total of 1,171 works he designed, 660 never saw the light of day.
A mine of masterpieces, therefore, which only existed on paper but which have been resurfacing for a few years. In 2018, the Spanish architect David Romero made some renderings of the Gordon Strong Building designed in 1924, and now Angi, an American company specialized in personalized residential solutions, has invited the London studios NeoMam to digitally reconstruct three residences: the house of Mrs. David Devin (Chicago, 1896), the Cottage Studio for Ayn Rand (Connecticut, 1946) and the Lake Tahoe Lodge (California, 1923).
“The first is very close to Wright’s early work,” explain the British architects, who reviewed sketches and archival notes. “The second evokes the famous Fallingwater House, while the lodge was, by its own admission, a speculative project, intended to remain on paper.
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