Upstate New York: Darwin Martin and More
October 12-15, 2012
"It can be argued that the Martin House Complex ... is the most important house design of the first half of Wright's career, matched only by Fallingwater over 30 years later."Wright scholar, Robert McCarter
Join us for an autumn excursion to the western corner of upstate New York, a region blessed with architectural gems ̶ from Frank Lloyd Wright’s lavish Darwin D. Martin House and Graycliff to Sullivan and Adler’s Guaranty Building.
The National Historic Landmark Roycroft Inn, filled with Arts and Crafts furniture and decorative art, serves as our home away from home during this very special weekend. Enjoy VIP tours of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie masterpieces, inspiring lectures by curators and architects, and fabulous regional food, all amidst the changing colors of this most beautiful corner of New York.