Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Frank's Place VIII: Music Pavilion (Large Theater)

Entry and exterior of theater. The Music Pavilion, as the largest gathering place at Taliesin West, was built late in Frank Lloyd Wright's life, in 1957, just two years before his passing.

Decorative garden sculpture.

Exhibits in front of the theater (Music Pavilion).

Decorative archway.

Theater seats and ceiling.

Rear of theater.

Front right.

Froleel (spelling?) blocks.

People in theater.

Tour guide in theater, describing history of the Music Pavilion and how the "Desert Masonry" construction technique had become more refined after twenty years of Taliesin West development and the introduction of power equipment.



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