Eric Lloyd Wright – Principal
Eric Lloyd Wright is Founder and Principal Architect of Eric Lloyd Wright & Associates. During Eric's early years in architecture, he was an apprentice to his grandfather, Frank Lloyd Wright. In his time at Taliesin and Taliesin West he worked with his grandfather on such notable projects as the Tonkens Residence in Cincinnati, Ohio, the Guggenheim Museum in New York City and Monona Terrace in Madison, Wisconsin. Following this he moved back to Los Angeles to work with his father, Lloyd Wright. Eric became a licensed architect in 1967 and subsequently led the team as Chief Associate in the practice operating out of Eric’s childhood home at the Lloyd Wright Home & Studio on Doheny Drive in Hollywood, California until Lloyd’s passing in 1978. Eric’s portfolio includes the restoration and renovation of Frank Lloyd Wright and Lloyd Wright works as well as residences and institutional buildings of his own design.
Eric's current focus is on the evolution of Organic Architecture and Green Building design. His design philosophy is rooted in the integration of ecology, social responsibility and beauty. Through Eric's years of design experience, he has developed an understanding that it is not the physical walls and roof, but the space within a building that forms its character - its soul. He gives careful thought to a project's physical, social and spiritual environment, with a focus on appropriate materials, quality, craftsmanship, and careful detailing. Eric believes that one of the most important aspects of the design process is the relationship between the client, the site and the architect. It is the client and site, together with the architect, that shape the design of a project.
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