I am building my own bungalow and want to incorporate elements from Frank Lloyd Wright and Greene & Greene. Where can I find full-sized drawings?
Sue Steeneken of Felhandler, Steeneken and Wilk, Architects, says that, generally, the only way to get copies of the original architectural drawings is in reduced form in a monograph on Greene & Greene. These could then be photographically enlarged in order to use them. The originals are mostly in institutional hands such as university libraries. As for Lloyd Wright drawings, apart from those in the hands of design museum collections (Cooper Hewitt in NYC, for example), his architectural studios at Taliesin in Wisconsin and Taliesin West in Scottsdale, AZ has an abundance. I’m not sure if copies are available, but the studio gift shops have a plethora of Wright drawings in poster size as well as illustrated books. No actual blueprints, however. Look up Taliesin on the Web for more info and phone numbers.