As the nuclear energy industry vies for its place in the clean energy industry, it has plenty to learn from Frank Lloyd Wright. The basic tenet of Wright’s work was that architecture should change to make sense in its time rather than just be driven by past practice. With commercialization and deployment of advanced nuclear technologies, the American nuclear energy community is at the precipice of a new chapter. The advanced nuclear sector has an opportunity to reimagine and improve the entire way it engages with communities. In this sense, Wright’s tenet of “breaking the box” could not have been more applicable to the conversation at Taliesin. Read the full article here.