The first photo is of Wright's library. Wright studied Japanese design, as well as many others. You can see and feel Asian influences throughout Taliesin West.
These living quarters were finished in 1940 and consisted of a living room, dining area, bedrooms, private garden with Moon Gate and workspace area.
The second photo shows Olgivanna Wright's bedroom. You can see it is very colorful and the view opens up onto the private garden. The doors could be opened so you were virtually sleeping in the outdoors.
The third photo shows the sitting area of Ms. Wright's bedroom and it is called "Swan Cove." You can see the beautiful Japanese screen in the room.
Frank Lloyd Wright annually modified and rebuilt the private living spaces, just as he did most other spaces at Taliesin West. He regularly experimented with materials and design.
Wright would take down walls and structures and try out different methods. He was very intelligent, creative, and restless. He was always planning the next design.
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