Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architectural Legacy

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architectural Legacy

Celebrate 150 Years of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architectural Legacy
Enjoy unparalleled access to historic sites and events with an exclusive two-for-one rate on an annual Trust membership.

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Gonna have to pass on the Frank Lloyd Wright Architectural Legacy Trust, but I did take Jesus up on His building recommendations.

I do Trust Him whose building recommendations include quite a resume – the known Universe is but one.

The world has it’s Frank Lloyd Wright, the non-cheap Christian his, or her, Living God.

However, I am always amazed at how so many who Claim-The-Name will accept any cheap architectural design, with any old foundation of sand, fraudulently labeled “Christianity.”

Too lazy and too self-willed to “dig down deep” I guess. Like Frank Lloyd Wright his designs don’t come cheap but are worth the quality if one can afford them. In the same way the design of Jesus doesn’t come cheap, it cost everything, but man alive, or rather, God alive, it is so worth it.1

He is like a man building a house, who dug down deep and laid the foundation on rock.  When a flood came, the torrent struck that house but could not shake it, because it was well built.

But the one who hears my words and does not put them into practice is like a man who built a house on the ground without a foundation. The moment the torrent struck that house, it collapsed and its destruction was complete.   (Luke 6:48-49)

Seldom am I surprised when reading about the collapse of some individuals Christianity because it was plain to the wise builder that it was built on sand. Sand, rather than digging “down deep” into obedience towards a Holy God, allowed for them to quickly claim a name that was not a reflection of The Name. I can stick a Frank Lloyd Wright sticker on the front of my house but anyone who knows anything about architecture isn’t gonna buy it is for real.

Please be careful how you build.

  • By the grace God has given me, I laid a foundation as an expert builder, and someone else is building on it. But each one should be careful how he builds. (1 Corinthians 3:10)


You might want to ask for Jesus’ terms and conditions. By the way if I am able to do it in spite of severe opposition you too can build your house on a solid foundation. It is a laborious process – but it an’t impossible.

Suppose one of you wants to build a tower. Will he not first sit down and estimate the cost to see if he has enough money to complete it? For if he lays the foundation and is not able to finish it, everyone who sees it will ridicule him, saying, ‘This fellow began to build and was not able to finish. (Luke 14:28-30)


Always keep in mind, and heart, that God’s desire is that overwhelming joy from the Holy Spirit is worked when there is fellowship among believers. It is this fellowship which is the church, not a building. It, this God worked love and fellowship is the “glory and joy.” For what is our hope, our joy, or the crown in which we will glory in the presence of our Lord Jesus when he comes? Is it not you? Indeed, you are our glory and joy.   (1 Thessalonians 2:19-20)

_____________________________________________________________________ ~ opinion unto righteousness ~ timothy williams


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(—Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the most prolific and renowned American architects of the 20th century. Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the radical designer’s birth on June 8, 1867, with a two-year membership to the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust for the price of one year.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is a leading national Frank Lloyd Wright non-profit organization based in Chicago, where the largest number of original Wright sites are located. Dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of Wright’s design legacy, the Trust offers public tours at five Wright sites in the area—the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, the Frederick C. Robie House, Unity Temple, The Rookery Building and Emil Bach House—along with access to more than 250 historic sites around the country. To celebrate Wright 150, the Trust will also present an array of programs in collaboration with cultural partners around Chicago and the country.

What’s Included?

As a WSJ+ member, enjoy a two-year membership—at any level—to the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust for the price of one year. Member benefits include:

  • Complimentary admission to all five Trust sites: the Home and Studio, The Rookery, Unity Temple, Robie House and Bach House
  • Complimentary tickets for the Frank Lloyd Wright Historic Neighborhood Walking Tour
  • Discounts on Trust programs, including the annual Wright Plus Housewalk and Travel Wright tours
  • 10% discount on merchandise in museum shops, catalog and
  • Access to consultation services and an extensive archive of resources for the conservation, restoration and preservation of historic buildings
  • Invitations to private Trust events
  • Annual subscription to Wright Angles: A Dialogue, the Trust’s member publication
  • Free or discounted admission to more than 250 history and house museums across the United States

Terms & Conditions

  • Offer expires December 31, 2017
  • We reserve the right to a cancel or change this offer at any time
  • Exclusive to WSJ+ members