Alan Hess organizes first exhibition of Wright collaborator and California architect Aaron G. Green – The Architect’s Newspaper

Historian Alan Hess has organized an exhibition showcasing the work of California architect—and Frank Lloyd Wright collaborator—Aaron G. Green at the Palos Verdes Art Center (PVAC) in Los Angeles. Green was a close associate of Wright’s and also a prolific and highly-regarded architect in his own right who spent six decades practicing architecture, mainly in […]

Green Chicago Architect Demolishing Ideas of Frank Lloyd Wright – Bloomberg

You need to enable Javascript to play media on Bloomberg.com Play Artchitect Jeanne Gang Aims to Make Cities Denser Architect Jeanne Gang snaps open a sunflower to reveal seeds that attract birds, turtles and raccoons to Chicago’s Lincoln Park. “These plants provide food,” she says. “They hold up the pond where we ripped out concrete. […]

Cucumber “Heirloom Armenian” Recognized as Plants of CARE, the Wright Scoop – PR.com

In honor of plants that inspire people connections, Glen Allen VA based The Wright Scoop – eco consultant, lecturer, & wordsmith Sylvia Hoehns Wright identifies cucumber “Heirloom Armenian” as a “plants of CARE” – conservation, accountability, recovery and eco-efficiency. Glen Allen, VA, July 02, 2012 –(PR.com)– Across the Nation, climatic shifts occur. “Challenging,” says Glen […]