taliesin: the buildings

In addition to the house, we also got to tour some of the other buildings on the property. The earliest structure built was the Hillside School (above), a boarding school for local children run by FLW's aunts. Today, the structure still functions as a school - it's a graduate architecture program. The building also houses a large dining room and theater.
Most of the students and faculty live on the property. Many of the original farm buildings have been converted into housing (below).
The Midway Barn (below) is one of the most unique buildings on the property. It currently houses the preservation's archives.
© all photos by me

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