Monday, January 10, 2005

Wright's living quarters on view at Taliesin West

For the first time, Taliesin West tours take visitors into Frank Lloyd Wright's private living quarters at the desert campus he and his apprentices built in Scottsdale beginning in 1937.

The renowned American architect created the complex in the McDowell Mountain foothills as a winter location for his Wisconsin architecture school.

The structural restoration and re-creation of the interior and furnishings return the bedroom, living space and work area to what they were like during Wright's life.

Taliesin West offers a variety of tours of the complex; the 60-minute ``Panorama Tour'' does not include the private quarters. A special jazz evening Feb. 18 includes a tour, cocktails and a concert with Bob Ravenscroft in the Music Pavilion.

Details: (480) 860-2700,

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