Both DVDs are two-disc special editions that contain an interactive tour on a DVD-ROM as the second disc. Both PC and Mac compatible, this is an excellent extra that allows you to view floor plans of Taliesin and Wright’s home, and then select certain areas to view still images or a 360-degree panoramic view. It’s a great way to experience these two Wright designs without actually visiting them.
This pair of Wright docs is probably not for the casually interested, but fans ought to be fascinated. The best moments come when we’re offered a peek into how Wright thought about his craft – he believed architecture was the art form that had the most consistent impact on the public, because living spaces and buildings are something people must interact with on a near-constant basis. Wright’s approach to making those experiences more than ordinary has ensured his legacy as a master of his craft.