On Tuesday, June 19th, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation announced a partnership with Leica Geosystems, Matterport and Multivista designed to capture, document and deliver immersive 3D experiences featuring the iconic architect’s properties, beginning with Taliesin West.
At the announcement event in New York City, Stuart Graff, president and CEO of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation said:
“True to our mission, the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is dedicated to preserving Taliesin and Taliesin West for future generations. Through our partnership with Leica Geosystems, we’re able to carry out our mission, and Wright’s vision into the future, by making Taliesin West available to the world so it can experience his ideas, architecture and design in new ways.”
Leica Geosystems will also capture another property under the stewardship of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation – Taliesin – Frank Lloyd Wright’s Wisconsin home, working toward a launch later on this year. Leica Geosystems’ partnership with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is part of a larger effort by the company to leverage digital innovation to capture, document and preserve architectural history, globally.
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