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Frank Harmon: The Taliesin Experiment

Frank Harmon: The Taliesin Experiment

We are fortunate not only that North Carolina-based artist-turned-architect Frank Harmon made his first pilgrimage to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin recently, but also chose to put pen to paper - in more ways than one – while he was there.  His impressions follow: Taliesin was built and rebuilt three times from 1910 to 1959. And for Frank Lloyd [...]

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David vs. Goliath in Downtown Raleigh

Soon, on a site in downtown Raleigh that architect Frank Harmon puckishly likens to the shape of a pork chop, the North Carolina chapter of the AIA will break ground for a slim new Center for Architecture and Design. “It’s on less than an acre, and we placed it parallel to Peace Street,” Harmon said. [...]

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