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Some of the most significant Frank Lloyd Wright’s Projects include the Prairie Houses, which have contributed for the foundation of the “Prairie School”, include the private house “Falling Water”, in Mill Run, Pennsylvania, the Studio Taliesin West, in Scottsdale, Arizona, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, in New York, a building Wright saw as a “Temple of the Spirit”, with a continuous "infinite" exhibition platform. Through his work Wright was a pioneer architect, and this is why it’s so inspiring.
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Frank Lloyd Wright was an American architect that became a global reference for his unique Architecture, for 70 years of an incredible creative work, from the end of the 19th century until the 1950’s. Wright first started working in the office of Adler & Sullivan, in Chicago, as an apprentice. His work was first noted for his graceful lines that contrasted with the conservative architecture lines, typical by the end of the 19th century. The famous Prairie Houses were some of his first works when he started working on his own company, and the Winslow House was one of the first to be recognized as a Frank Lloyd Wright House, part of the “Prairie School”. These houses had special characteristics, with the projected roofs over the walls, the windows and other architecture details with Nature inspired drawings, and one of the most prominent features were the houses with the horizontal lines and the simple geometry. By the end of the 19th century, Wright would congregate his work studio with his family, in Oak Park. In the beginning of the 20th century, Wright had already produced more than 50 Architecture Projects, establishing a new American Architecture style.

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