Taliesin (or Taliesin East, following the construction of a Taliesin West in 1937) was the lifetime home and studio of distinguished American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Designed by Wright himself, the building was built in 1911, and underwent several changes before being finalized as its current iteration in 1937. For many years, the building has been open to the public, many of whom make a trip to Spring Green, Wisconsin for Taliesin alone. However, the building is also open to those without the means to travel to see it, thanks to a virtual tour by Tour de Force 360 VR.
Apart from the convenience, the virtual tour offers things that a physical tour cannot: it’s available anytime, any season and the pace of the tour can be set by the visitor. Certain features of the home are only available on the virtual tour as well, such as the Blue Loggia, an irreplaceable Chinese Rug that would be damaged by foot traffic. Experience the tour yourself and see the views of Wisconsin’s rolling hills, Wright’s collections of art and the studio where countless classics of American architecture were designed here.