Frank Lloyd Wright in San Francisco

This Frank Lloyd Wright interior that I used to work next to is currently the Isaia Napoli tailor shop. It served as a prototype for his iconic spiral ramp at the New York Guggenheim. #architecture #franklloydwright
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Brennan Pang

Brennan Pang is a Co-founder of Trekaroo. He is a father to 2 boys and a girl and loves exploring and adventure travel. A California kid who loves mountaineering, climbing, snowboarding, and riding his bike everywhere. He has lived in a hut at a chicken farm in Zimbabwe, gotten amoebic dysentery while paddling a dugout tree in Madagascar, hiked to Everest base camp in winter, chilled with the giant tortoises of the Galapagos, and witnessed a fair number of volcanic eruptions. He spent six months traveling through Central and South America with his family and has enjoyed swimming with sharks and stingrays in Tahiti. Follow him on instagram at @overdare.


One thought on “Frank Lloyd Wright in San Francisco

  1. I think Frank Lloyd Wright was originally inspired by the Vatican museum’s double helix spiral staircase by Donato Bramante.

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