Restoring Wright: Unity Temple in Progress
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Over the past 30 years, architect Gunny Harboe has worked to restore numerous buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. His involvement with Wright structures began with his work as a carpenter at the Metropolitan Museum of Art reconstructing the living room from the Francis Little House and has continued through the Rookery, the Emmond House, Beth Shalom Synagogue, Emil Bach House to his current work at Unity Temple, Robie House and Taliesin West. In his lecture, Harboe will share his thoughts.