Frank Lloyd Wright

One of the most influential architects of the 20th century

Frank Lloyd Wright was an American architect, urban planner and architectural theorist, among the most influential of the 20th century.

Wright is known for his unique architectural style, which is often called “prairie style” or “organic architecture.” This style is characterized by a harmony between the building and its natural environment, with the use of local materials and a layout of spaces that responds to human needs. Some of his most famous works include the Fallingwater House, the Robie House, the Waterfall House, and the Kaufmann House.

One of his most significant innovations was the use of cantilevered roofs and ribbon windows that allowed natural light and panoramic views to be maximized within buildings. Furthermore, he developed an approach to architecture that integrated nature and the surrounding environment into the building itself, often using elements such as stone, wood and glass to create a visual harmony between the interior and exterior.

His influence on modern architecture was enormous, and many subsequent architects drew inspiration from his works. Frank Lloyd Wright is an icon of architecture and a symbol of innovative design.

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