Saturday, February 25, 2006

FLW in Japan

Frank Lloyd Wright became obsessed with Japanese prints in the late 1880s, praising their design and composition, and in particular their "elimination of the insignificant." While designing 12 projects in Japan and overseeing the construction of the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Wright found time to explore this magical country, always searching for hidden treasures.

You can take a 12-day exploration sponsored by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust to see how Japan influenced the master during the formative years of his career. Tour three of Wright's remaining Japanese buildings and stay at the Imperial Hotel. For more information:

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