In the late 1920s, Frank Lloyd Wright was asked to design an automobile filling station by former client and friend, William R. Heath. The chosen site was on Michigan and Cherry in Buffalo. What happened?
Richard A. Waite's work played a prominent role in defining the urban environments of Great Lakes cities such as Buffalo, Toronto and Hamilton, Ontario. His life and legacy are a compelling story of international architectural history.
After nearly a century, the architect of some of Chautauqua Institution's most defining buildings is revealed to be one of our most renowned. See how E.B. Green received the historic but forgotten commission.
Rare insight into the legendary architect's design process via correspondence between he and his client-patron concerning the Darwin Martin family's final resting place.
The riches of F.L. Olmsted's Humboldt Parkway before its Kensington transformation.
A range of Richardsonian buildings that continue to grace the regional landscape.
Wright's William R. Heath House deserves recognition as a masterwork. It was finished in 1904, before the Darwin Martin House, and represents a complete virtuoso display of the great architect's creativity and innovative design principles.