Students can learn the secrets of architectural design and study the subtle nuances of place under the virtual tutelage of one of the world's most influential architects at "Architectural Studio 3D," a new interactive design program from the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust. Billed as an online extension of the trust's famous Youth Architecture Workshop, held in the drafting room of Wright's first design studio in Oak Park, Ill., the site lets students work as real architects do. Users are matched up with mock clients who have specific needs and lifestyle preferences, as well as building sites that...

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