Monona Terrace Community & Convention Center in Madison

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Frank Lloyd Wright originally proposed a design for the Monona Terrace Community Convention Center in 1938. His architectural vision for the City of Madison – a curvilinear gathering place that would link the shore of Lake Monona to the State Capitol – has now been realized. With interiors redesigned by Taliesin architect Tony Puttnam, Monona Terrace spans ninety feet out over shimmering waters, incorporating thoroughly modern technology and amenities with the architect´s signature organic design.

Via Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center.

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  1. […] The Frank Lloyd Wright designed Monona Terrace (completed decades after his death), was one of the most inspiring buildings we were able to capture while in Madison for shooting.  The views, design, and atmosphere was a calming as it is breathtaking.  Many thanks to Fran and Heather for their help and the quiet interesting interview about Frank Lloyd Wright and the history involved with the Monona Terrace.  While these photos don’t do the building justice, you can check out the original post we did last fall during the documentary development stages and well before we had the wonderful people there involved at:  Monona Terrace Community & Convention Center in Madison […]


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