I don't understand how OUV cannot be argued for Taliesin and Taliesin West. They are accredited architecture schools!
This is from the Taliesin Preservation
FAQ - Did anyone famous study under Frank Lloyd Wright?
After Wright moved to Taliesin, he continued to employ draughtsmen:Richard Neutra
, an Austrian who studied under the famous European Modernist architect Adolf Loos, worked in California after his time at Taliesin with another Austrian architect,Rudolph Schindler,
whose most well known building in California is probably the Lovell Beach House. Schindler designed over 300 buildings in his 4-decade career.Kameki and Nobu Tsuchiura
were a Japanese husband and wife team who worked as draftsmen for Wright around the time of the second fire at Taliesin. After leaving Wright, they returned to Tokyo, Japan, and continued work for the next five decades.Vladimir Karfik
lived at Taliesin for a year in the late 1920s before returning to the Czech Republic where he became an active architect and lecturer
In 1932, Mr. and Mrs. Wright began the Taliesin Fellowship. It has been estimated that about 1,200 people have been in the Fellowship in the years since. Some of the best known architects and artists to have been in the Fellowship are:
- Alden B. Dow, Michigan architect, for which he was named Architect Laureate.
- Arthur Dyson, gold-medal winning architect from the Society of American Registered Architects and former Dean of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.
- E. Fay Jones, gold-medal winning architect from the American Institute of Architects. Designer of renowned Thorncrown Chapel.
- John Lautner, unique designer of many structures, including the Malin, or "Chemosphere" Residence.