Taliesin, a house that stood in the middle of the desert. Minimalist contours and unique building, designed in such a way that is very suitable standing in the barren desert.
Students (undergraduate and postgraduate) at the Frank LloydWrightSchool of Architecture has completed a living example ofsimple, elegant, and sustainable in the desert. TheMod.FabTMTaliesin was built with the guidance of faculty MichaelP. Johnsonand Jennifer Siegal, project manager Christian Butler, recently M.Arch graduates, and project assistant managerNickMancusi, whileBAS students.
Pre-fabricated building consisting of one bedroom, a livingprototype of 600 square meters depending on panelizedconstruction to allow for speed and economy in the site or in afactory. It can be connected to the utility or “revoked,” relying onlow-consumption fixtures, rainwater harvesting, gray water reuse,ventilasialami, the orientation of the sun, and photovoltaics toreduce energy use and water. Structure size and engineered to betransported via the highway.