The Leadenhall Building by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, 2015 © Paul Raftery
Welcome to the Pidgeon Digital Newsletter 30: Spring 2016.
Pidgeon Digital has made amazing progress in the last couple of years, and there are now 276 talks, compared with just 75 when the archive was first published over 10 years ago.
We are now on Twitter. Please follow us @PidgeonDigital. We’ll be tweeting about our new talks as they’re released, and keeping you up to date with architecture in general.
Please see the posts below for descriptions of our recently added talks, now in easy to access digital format.
Frank Lloyd Wright © The Library Of Congress
With a brief personalised introduction by John Peter, Frank Lloyd Wright informally discusses his childhood, his experience working with Louis Sullivan, a number of his famous buildings, Taliesin, his life and architectural convictions with both criticism and humour.
This talk was recorded in 1955.
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The complete talk can be purchased here. You can see here details of how to subscribe to the full Pidgeon Digital website which contains over 275 other talks.