In 1943, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned to create this upside-down ziggurat, and over the following sixteen years, the structural design evolved. Ultimately it relied on the ingenuity of on-site workers to realize Wright’s intentions through pioneering construction techniques. Experience history through these recently discovered black and white photos taken by the General Contractor and his superintendent on loan from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. In the main gallery the celebrated architects, Scott Hughes and Jane Davis Doggett (2017 Florida Artist Hall of Fame) show their most celebrated works and architectural models. Docent tours available by appointment.