The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture
The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture builds architects of the future by offering comprehensive study towards a professional Master of Architecture (M.Arch) degree. The program is designed for students who thrive in a multifaceted environment focusing on rigorous design, critical thinking, and hands-on learning. The School’s specialized approach facilitates an individualized educational experience and fosters a close relationship between students, faculty, and staff.
“An architect is a builder, a constructor, a form-giver, and he’s got to be a master of idea-giving, of ideas. He’s got to know ideas when he sees or hears them. He’s got to experiment lifelong in connection with those things which he himself has come to understand.”—Frank Lloyd Wright, Sunday Morning Talk, June 18, 1950
Students become full-time residents on both campuses, year-round, during their studies. This intense and rewarding residential experience is shaped by two forces that bear essential relevance on the experience of architecture: the force of the landscape as captured in the genius loci (spirit of place) of the two campuses, and the force of self-discovery in the context of a living culture of architecture. In addition to the more formal Integrated Studies (general education) requirements, students plan, prepare, participate in, and attend a wide variety of non-architectural offerings and activities at both Taliesin campuses.
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