REVIEW: Frank Lloyd Wright at the Milwaukee Art Museum: On the Broadacre City Model by Architect George Ranalli, the author writes: "A striking, plywood model of the “The Living City” made by architect George Ranalli and an animation created by graduate students at Harvard University make all the difference here. They enliven Wright’s vision."
"...A revolutionary approach to the relationship between building and landscape, which shaped them together according to peculiarly American ideals can be found in in five unbuilt, visionary projects of Frank Lloyd Wright between 1922-1932 that imagined a new American landscape, integrating terrain, architecture, and the automobile on a vast scale. Architect George Ranalli reconstructed analytic models of each project showing how it might have looked in its site..."
Detail of model architect George Ranalli with model makers Price Harrison and Fran Leadon created for travel exhibition 'Frank Lloyd Wright: The Living City' (Broadacre City), Vitra Design Museum, Berlin, July 14 – October 14, 2001