Over the course of his storied career, Frank Lloyd Wright designed over 400 different structures, ranging in scope and scale from modest houses to cavernous museums. This story map, created on the eve of Wright’s 150th birthday on June 8, 2017, celebrates some of the enigmatic architect’s most memorable buildings.
GIS is much more than a map making tool.
A Geographic Information System is a framework for gathering and organising spatial data and related information so that it can be displayed and analysed.
GIS provides evidence to support key decisions by answering spatial questions. Identify your ideal plan with spatial analysis, then use ArcGIS Online to share maps of proposals and progress, and gather feedback from stakeholders.