In November 2013, the chief curator and Anni Albers foundation gave a seminar on Annie Albers for graduate students at Yale School of Architecture. A highlight of the seminar was an image of a magnificent piece of fabric with a copper thread woven in it, from the master bedroom of the Frank House.
Annie Albers is recognized as one of the most influential fabric designers of thee twentieth century. She began her studies at the Bauhause in 1922 with Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer. It was there she met her husband, Joseph Albers.