Some of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s most renowned buildings were conceived while he lived and worked at the Taliesin estate. Picture: courtesy of Taliesin Preservation

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin estate survived fire and murder to become architectural icon

The sprawling estate in rural Wisconsin brings the aesthetic world of America’s first ‘starchitect’ to life, from his first commission in 1887, to his former home and its macabre past

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Some of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s most renowned buildings were conceived while he lived and worked at the Taliesin estate. Picture: courtesy of Taliesin Preservation
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