TSOA appears in the article “Desert Dwellers” in Monocle Magazine The Forecast 2023.
Italian architecture and design review publication The PLAN features three new TSOA student shelters in an article entitled “In The Footsteps Of Frank Lloyd Wright: Three Shelters In The Arizona Desert”.
At TSOA students are given the opportunity to design and construct a shelter instead of completing a traditional senior thesis. Archpaper highlights three new student shelters in this article.
Designer Jessica Martin has designed a rammed-earth structure in the Arizona desert that is meant as a refuge for humans as well as for plants and animal life.
For her thesis project at the School of Architecture (TSOA) in the US, Martin created a rammed-earth shelter called Cinders in the Chapparal region of Arizona using three varieties of the local soil.
This group exhibition, organized by The School of Architecture founded by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1932, does not ascribe to any singular definition of the term, but rather expands on the multitude of its interpretations through the lens of process in design. (April 16, 2022)
The School of Architecture, Founded by Frank Lloyd Wright as the Taliesin Fellowship, is celebrating 90 years of teaching experimental architecture and Learning by Doing.
Cooper Union Dean Nader Tehrani and FLW Grandson Tim Wright Join Our Outstanding Board
Stephanie Lin has led Beyond the Surface, a perspective-bending drawing workshop with students at the Syracuse University School of Architecture. (October 25, 2021)
Chris Lasch speaks about the successful transition from The School of Architecture at Taliesin to The School of Architecture (September 2, 2021)
The School of Architecture settles into Arcosanti with its first generation of student-built thesis shelters. Read the article in The Architect’s Newspaper (September 2, 2021)