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Remembering Earl Nisbet


Earl Nisbet  (1926-2013) was a California architect who studied with Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin in the early 1950s, returning to California in 1953 to pursue his own architectural career. This was a decade filled with creative and innovative projects for Nisbet, including Cabaña Tanglewood, the Falconer House, and the Doo House. The influence of Wright’s teachings can be seen throughout each of these projects, and continued to be a source of inspiration throughout his career.

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