Edgar Tafel, Mid-Century Architect Dies

On January 18, Edgar Tafel, mid century architect and former apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright died. He worked on many of Wright’s most famous buildings, including Fallingwater and Johnson Wax. The only mention I found online was here.

A little more information on Tafel can be found here. I have featured Tafel once on this site but plan to do more posts in the future.

UPDATED 1/25/2011: Here is the New York Times obituary.

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