Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio Digital History ID 2723|
Credit: Library of Congress
Media type: photograph
Annotation: Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the most influential and pioneering architects of the time, originated the architectural styles of: the “organic architecture,” the Prairie School of architecture, and the Usonian design of home. He also constructed office buildings, churches, and museums. Some of Wright’s well-known structures include: the Fallingwater House in Pennsylvania; the Robie House in Chicago, Illinois; the Coonley House in Riverside, Illinois; Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois; and the Guggenheim Museum in New York. In addition, he is recognized for his simple and functional furniture and beautiful stained glass pieces that accompany many of his buildings.
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