Frank Lloyd Wright’s unbuilt work comes to life in 3D imagery series




Prolific architect Frank Lloyd Wright created 1,171 architectural works in his lifetime and while 660 remain unbuilt, today Wright enthusiasts have an opportunity to see what might have been thanks to the computer-generated, 3D-images by Spanish architect David Romero.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation enlisted Romero, who uses advanced techniques of 3D representation to take what no longer exists or what never existed, to turn Wright’s designs into striking images that are so highly detailed, they appear to be contemporary photography.

For the upcoming issue of the Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine, focusing on Wright’s unbuilt projects designed for automobile use, Romero created a series of renderings of the unbuilt Gordon Strong Automobile Objective, a tourist attraction designed by Wright in 1924 to sit atop Maryland’s Sugarloaf Mountain.


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