Volume 7 Number 1 Orietta Pedemonte and Laura Tedeschini Lalli, Guest Editors, Spring 2005

The experience of teaching mathematics in schools of architecture attempts to bridge the gap that separates the humanistic and the scientific. STUDIO 1032's article, The Geometry of Frank Lloyd Wright, builds on the legacy of geometric patterning found throughout different periods of Wright’s work and features projects from a decade of embedding heritage through teaching of the Wright Seminar at the University of Wisconsin.