About the Project

MyTaliesin opens Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home and Studio in Wisconsin to the world through a site for sharing experiences and responses and to visit through a RealTime, interactive digital animation, the Taliesin Estate as it was from its beginning in 1911. The opportunity to engage people in appreciating Wright’s amazing personal architectural living and working laboratory has never been so accessible in such exciting fashion. This site is an on-going project of story tellers, creative directors, renowned digital animators, and architectural historians.

The myTaliesin project began with the impressive digital animation of unbuilt projects by the American architect Bruce Goff presented at University of Oklahoma. Seeing that amazing presentation, Skyline Ink was asked to construct a digital model of Taliesin when it was first built in 1911 to celebrate Taliesin’s Centennial in 2011. Subsequently, faucethead inquired if they could engage people’s response to Taliesin on the internet. Together these two brilliant design teams built a web-site to bring people together through their experiences at Taliesin and their response to visiting Taliesin online.