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Pinecote Pavilion. Designed by E. Fay Jones.

They usually need updates, but landmark status makes them hard to renovate. And, around here, they're not as rare as you might assume.

Frank Loyd Wright (Taliesin) my second home. My father is an architect from there, and my grandmother has lived there for over 50 years in the fellowship.

ArchitectureWeek Image - Remembering Fay Jones

Encore Heureux uses recycled materials to build Circular Pavilion in Paris

Wright's love of the automobile inspired some of his most innovative architectural concepts and ultimately his most radical design, the Guggenheim. He recognized the most important architectural fact about the automobile: its need for smooth surfaces to travel on. Photo: Suzanne Dechillo//The New York Times RELATED