Frank Lloyd Wright architecture school graduate builds beautiful desert shelter for $2K

Students at The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, Taliesin West have erected small sleeping shelters on the school’s desert property in Arizona, hearkening back to the early days of the school, when young architects resided in tents as they built the permanent building. Chilean architect Jaime Inostroza just raised his won tiny shelter, and in keeping with the principles of the famous architect is meant to “respond to the landscape of the Sonora desert.” Inostroza’s shelter plays with the…

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