Over a career that spanned more than 70 years, we can tell you that Frank Lloyd Wright was prolific. Regarded as one of the 20th century’s greatest architects, the big FLW designed more than a thousand buildings in his lifetime, 532 of which are still standing. His famous ‘Fallingwater’ house epitomises his knack for merging the built environment with nature.
Fans flock to visit Wright's iconic sites – and most of them would probably be pleased to tick one or two off the list.
Not Andrew Pielage. A travel and architectural photographer, Andrew is on a very singular, rather exhausting mission: to photograph every single Frank Lloyd Wright structure in existence. Having previously dedicated a significant portion of his own career to documenting FLW’s work, including shoots for Lonely Planet, Andrew’s passion for Wright’s mastery has seen him clock up more than 50 pictures for the project already.
His approach is eclectic; sometimes he’ll go in cold, whilst at other times he’ll arrive, armed with the full story of the building. Visit Andrew Pielage's Instagram for some serious architectural eye candy, and click here to experience CNN’s take on FLW in five buildings.
Photography: Andrew Pielage