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    Frank Lloyd Wright More than any other modern architect, Frank Lloyd Wright is considered the master of the beautiful building. The pinnacle of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work is the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Wright was first known for his designs of houses and the allure of his living spaces is as compelling today, as it was when they were first created. Frank Lloyd Wright embraced modernism, but he brought it back to nature, he introduced the organic concept, and his houses seem to draw out of the landscape. Wright was an innovator that challenged and changed the way America saw its own architecture. One of Wright’s greatest achievements was the introduction of the Prairie Style, and the Frederick C. Robie House (1910) is Wright’s masterpiece…

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    Frank Lloyd Wright once said, ”An idea is salvation by imagination.” Imagination in ideas can be used for almost anything. Many people in the world, old or young use it in their daily life. A job that uses imagination is an architect. Frank Lloyd Wright was a role model for architects and people in the world interested in his work. His work fascinated others since he was an incredible designer. While designing, most architects use a ton of imagination and creativity. Architects want their…

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    Frank Lloyd Wright and his Architectures In art, the artist’s personal experience matter because it would reflect on one’s ideas and reflect on one’s work. Knowing Frank Lloyd Wright’s prior design, and idea he hold on to, could help better understanding the Fallingwater. Frank Lloyd Wright was born in a small town in Wisconsin, and developed early idea of architecture with toy building blocks that have geometrical shapes when he was a little. He was trained in the Chicago style,but later…

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    Designer Devan Kaufman said it best when he declared, “Frank Lloyd Wright houses have always just made sense.” Wright had a way of creating floor plans that was so novice and incredible that anyone of the twentieth century and now could tell that he was the architect of a house just by looking at it. His work was so amazing because of how contemporary and intelligent it was. Wright knew how to do certain things like creating pillars to be soundproof so that you couldn’t hear a busy road just…

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    Frank Lloyd Wright is a world renowned architect, designer, writer, teacher, leader, and visionary. Wright was an inspiration to many, paving the way for all architects and designers to come. Wright’s unique mind conceptualized new principles of architectural design that would become the new modern style. From coining the term “organic architecture” to designing one of America’s most famous homes, Frank Lloyd Wright was truly deserving of his acknowledgement as “the greatest American architect…

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    Born 1867 Frank Lloyd Wright is one of the first architects who found a new style based on interpretation of planes and abreast masses. He was influenced by many aspects of his life, firstly, when Wright’s parents split up he had an obsession with showing an ideal family living space. His early influences came mainly from working at his uncle’s farm and the “froebel blocks” (Curtis since 1900, page 75) his mother brought him, which he used to create various geometric shapes and patterns.…

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    sense of the term... if he can't see at least ten years ahead don't call him an architect.”- Frank Lloyd Wright. An architect is a person who is trained and experienced in the design of buildings and in the coordination and supervision of all aspects of the construction of buildings. Architects are artists whose art are sometimes overlooked, but will be viewed until the end of time. Their creations are ageless and helps define the history of the area surrounding it. Their creations itself are…

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    Frank Lloyd Wright was born in Frankling Wright in the farming town of Richland Center , Wisconsin, United States, in 1867. His father, William Carey Wright, was an orator, music teacher, occasional lawyer, and itinerant minister. William Wright met and married Anna Lloyd Jones, a county school teacher, the previous year when he was employed as the superintendent of schools for Richland County .Originally from Massachusetts , William Wright had been a Baptist minister, but he later joined his…

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    Frank Lloyd Wright is widely considered as one of the greatest architects in the history of the world and the “greatest modern architect in American history” according to the American Institute of Architects. The quote above just shows how much he thought architecture could change the world and how he wanted people to see his architecture. Wright was not only an American architect, he was also an interior designer, writer and educator. He designed over 1000 structures of which 532 were built,…

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    Eunice Lee Daniel Aeschbacher Design History #2 25 November 2015 Frank Lloyd Wright While I was staying in Chicago for studying, I found the landscape with grand and full of high beautiful buildings was fascinatingly alluring people including myself. Especially, Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the most famous architectural designers. My personal experience with his buildings: Rookery building, Frank Lloyd Wright’s home and studio, and Falling Water. Frank Lloyd Wright, who is the most…

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