The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum stands as a beacon of arts and culture on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Inside architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s innovative inverted-ziggurat building painted in pure white, visitors are treated to an array of colorful modern and contemporary masterpieces. From January 17 to March 2, the Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta will explore the evolution of this remarkable architectural icon in an exhibition entitled “Building Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim.” The Guggenheim Museum curated this never-before-seen show, which comes to Tequesta through the support of Solomon R. Guggenheim’s grandson, who winters in the area. Newly discovered photos chronicle the 16-year history of the museum’s design and construction—from Wright’s hundreds of sketches and half-a-dozen architectural drawings, to the building techniques developed to realize his vision. In addition to this special exhibit, the Lighthouse ArtCenter will also display the work of two lauded Florida architects, Scott Hughes and Jane Davis Doggett, in its main gallery.