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GUSTAD IRANI

Gustad Irani, originally from India, began his apprenticeship at Taliesin in 1993. Over the years, he worked on many un-built Wright designed projects such as the Monona Terrace Civic Center in Wisconsin, Nakoma Clubhouse in California and the 125 Spire located at the Promenade in Scottsdale. The experience has had with Taliesin has greatly influenced his philosophy of architecture and the principles he uses today in environmentally responsible design. He is most committed to implementing the clean, simple and elegant design of Wright’s work without compromising the lifestyle of today’s modern homeowner. He began his apprenticeship at Taliesin in 1993. Over the years, he has worked on many un-built Wright designed projects such as the Monona Terrace Civic Center in Wisconsin, Nakoma Clubhouse in California and the 125 feet tall Spire located at the Promenade in Scottsdale.

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MOTHER NATURE

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YUMI DOI

Yumi Doi came to Taliesin West in 1994 after spending 15 years working in Japan as a licensed architect. While in Tokyo, Doi worked for a firm that specialized in traditional Japanese architecture. Her interest in learning more about Wright brought her to live at Taliesin West because, like her, Wright was fascinated with traditional Japanese art and architecture. She believes the delicate art of architecture includes the balance of design, budget, and the ultimate vision of the homeowner and successful management of these elements ensures that all of these elements are in harmony and uncompromised

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DAVID DODGE

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DR.JOHN WYATT

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JOHN RATTENBURY

John Rattenbury studied architecture at the University of British Columbia and Oregon State College. In 1950 he became a member of the Taliesin Fellowship, and, over a span of nine years, worked on sixty of Wright’s projects, including the Guggenheim Museum, the Gammage Auditorium, and the Marin County Civic Center. Following Wright’s death in 1959, he helped to establish Taliesin Architects, where he continued to serve as a Principal Architect and Planner, till 2003. He has designed over 250 projects around the globe.

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MOOK

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