Touring Frank Lloyd Wright on Second Life

In a digital moment of old and new, the Wall Street Journal’s 300 mile midwestern road trip of Frank Lloyd Wright houses is vividly enhanced by the architect’s virtual homes on Second Life, compliments of Apollo and his avatarplanet. (Note, you must sign in to Second Life.)

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesen EastWSJ begins at Taliesin East, the 24,000 square-foot-building that served as Wright’s refuge and now his school, 40 miles west of Madison, Wis. The readers moves on to several famous Wright buildings in the Chicago suburb, Oak Park, Ill and then to Racine, Wis and the Johnson Wax headquarters.

Frank Lloyd Wright museum on Second Life