The Master Builder

How Architecture Influences Set Designer Alexander Dodge

Alexander Dodge grew up in Arizona at Taliesin West, the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, where his father works and teaches. Although he didn't intend to follow in the architect's footsteps, Dodge found that building on his father's work was inevitable. “I was always around architects and architecture students,” the designer explains. “I took architecture for granted.”

When he began to study theatrical de

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