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The Beauty of Holiness: Story of the Wayfarers Chapel
By The Rev. Ernest O. Martin; $39.95
This 96 paged hardcover book includes 140 stunning photographs depicting the story of the world's famous Wayfarers Chapel designed by Lloyd Wright, Frank Lloyd Wrights first son and Eric Lloyd Wright’s father. Eric worked with his father on the Chapel and was the design architect for the Visitor Center addition. The Chapel is located in Palos Verdes, California and was built in 1951. This link gets you to the Chapel gift page where the book is currently featured.
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HOPES Eco Design Arts Conference. The H.O.P.E.S. Eco-Design Arts conference was started seven years ago by a group of students motivated to integrate ecological design issues with their design education at the University of Oregon. The original organization has served as a foundation for a dynamic group of students who volunteer their time and energy throughout the year to envision the conference and bring it to reality. Each year the theme discusses a particular relationship between ecology and design and how their integration catalyses responsible and sustainable place-making. For four days participants engage in this dialogue through a series of keynote lectures, panel discussions, exhibitions, workshops, a design charrette, and much more. The Eighth Annual H.O.P.E.S. Conference theme is Energizing Potential.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation