Frank Lloyd Wright had numerous Asian art pieces integrated into Taliesin West. Some were broken during shipping and he and his architectural students found wonderful ways to use the broken pieces when constructing or reconstructing areas of the desert camp.
Taliesin West is recognized as one of Wright's greatest achievements and one of the world's great architectural masterpieces. In 1956, an Architectural Record survey named Taliesin West as one of the fifty most significant works of architecture designed over the preceding 100 years.
A 1991 Architectural Record survey identified Taliesin West as the 25th of the 100 most significant works of architecture in the world in the preceding 100 years. Taliesin West is located at 12621 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard. For more information, click Taliesin West.