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"When we said we wanted a house at Bear Creek," client Lillian Kaufmann said to Frank Lloyd Wright, "we didn't imagine you would build it ON the creek!" …

"When we said we wanted a house at Bear Creek," client Lillian Kaufmann said to Frank Lloyd Wright, "we didn't imagine you would build it ON the creek!"

To which Wright replied, "In time you'd grow tired of the sight of creek...but you'll never grow tired of the sound."

And he was right. Fallingwater stands as the most recognized house in architecture. yet it's not just a landmark...it was a home. The Kaufmanns' loved it.

Similarly, owners of other Wright-designed buildings may have struggled with the architect, the implementation may have had flaws, the builders and other constructors may have gone behind Wright's back to fix perceived design flaws... but they all loved the buildings. The architect's vision remains inspiration to this day.

This presentation looks at three Wright landmarks— Fallingwater in Ohiopyle, the Pope-Leighy house in Alexandria, and Taliesin West in Phoenix— and the experience architecture inspiration they hold for experience designers.

I also believe that, through Wright's examples, we can learn elements that take our approaches to experience architecture to newly useful and inspiring levels for our clients and the users of our work.

During this presentation, we'll take a look at pictures and principles from these three sites. We will explore analogs to our practice through these elements:

* Context: How does the site selection integrate with user needs and desires?
* Clients: What do Wright's relationships with his clients teach us? Where did he innovate, and where did he fail?
* Connection: How does the architect connect the lives of the clients with the results of the design? Expect lots of pictures.

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  • 1. Destroying the box Experience design inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wright Midwest UX ’11 Joe Sokohl @mojoguzzi @RegJoeConsults #FLWux CONFIDENTIALITY The concepts and methodologies contained herein are proprietary to Regular Joe Consulting LLC. Duplication, reproduction or disclosure of information is this document without the express written permission of Regular Joe Consulting is prohibited. Enjoy the work. We hope you find it useful.Sunday, April 10, 2011
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  • 5. My Inspiration“The reality of the building does not consist in the roof andwalls but in the space within which to be lived in” Lao Tse 3Sunday, April 10, 2011
  • 6. Three Points Context How does the site selection integrate with user needs and desires? Clients What do Wrights relationships with his clients teach us? Where did he innovate, and where did he fail? Connection How does the architect connect the lives of the clients with the results of the design? 4Sunday, April 10, 2011
  • 7. Context Destroying the box brings the outside in and the inside outSunday, April 10, 2011
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  • 18. Clients Understand what clients really want and really need, not just what they ask for.Sunday, April 10, 2011
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  • 25. Connection The whole is greater than the sum of its partsSunday, April 10, 2011
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  • 39. “ The more simple the conditions become, the more careful you must be in the working out of your combinations in order that comfort and utility may go hand in hand with beauty as they inevitably should. ”Sunday, April 10, 2011
  • 40. Many thanks Joe Sokohl Joe@RegularJoeConsulting.com 1.804.873.6964 @mojoguzzi @RegJoeConsults #FLWuxSunday, April 10, 2011
  • 41. Fallingwater Rising: Frank Lloyd Wright, E. J. Kaufmann, and Americas Most Extraordinary House, by Franklin Toker Frank Lloyd Wright: A Life, by Ada Louie Huxtable The Fellowship: The Untold Story of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Taliesin Fellowship, by Roger Friedland Wright-sized Houses: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Solutions for Making Small Houses Feel Big, by Diane Maddex Frank Lloyd Wright: A Film By Ken Burns and Lynn Novick The Women, by T.C. Boyle (a novel) Loving Frank: A Novel, by Nancy Horan www.fallingwater.org (Fallingwater) franklloydwright.org (The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) popeleighey1940.org (The Pope-Leighy House) Many thanks Joe Sokohl Joe@RegularJoeConsulting.com 1.804.873.6964 @mojoguzzi @RegJoeConsults #FLWuxSunday, April 10, 2011