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.
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?
Frank Lloyd Wright's former apprentice returns to Buffalo to share his experience with the architect.
Built in 1904 by architect George F. Newton, The Hellenic Orthodox Church of the Annunciation, formerly the North Presbyterian Church, embodies the enduring values of the Gothic Revival in American architecture.
Professor Quinan corrects the record regarding Wright's first Buffalo contact, based on examination of the Wright-Martin papers at UB.
The 1960s decision to locate SUNY Buffalo north of the city proper still haunts us today. Here are the reflections of Robert Coles, architect and activist for UB on the waterfront, on those controversial times.
The Silsbee homes that survive in Buffalo are a distinguished group of Queen Anne and Shingle Style buildings that continue to be enjoyed by both inhabitants and passers-by; they are the largest known concentration of his domestic work.
Illustrations of unbuilt projects from the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright including the Darwin D. Martin House and Graycliff.