SPRING GREEN, Wis. -- Is it possible for a masterwork of architecture to be best known for a grisly murder?
In the case of Taliesin, architect Frank Lloyd Wright's longtime home, the answer may well be yes.
In 1911, Wright built a stunning home on a terrific piece of land with a steep drop on one side and a gentle descent on the other. He built it for Mamah Borthwick, a client's wife with whom he had fallen in love. Needing to escape Oak Park, Ill., where he had lived and worked, but where the client lived, he … Read more