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Frank Lloyd Wright


" The greatest artist this country has ever produced seems to at last be coming into his
own. America's other great artists—our painters, sculptors, composers—don't really
rank with the tops of all time. They're not Rembrandt or Michelangelo or Beethoven. Wright
alone has that standing." (Robert Campbell)



One of America's most influential and imaginative architects was Frank Lloyd Wright.
Throughout his 70 year career, Wright has not only designed nearly a thousand structures,
but he has explored the ideas of living space, landscape, and the relationship between
architecture and community. Frank Lloyd Wright left behind a legacy of beautiful houses
and buildings, an American style of architecture, and an example of what it means to live
life based on the way things should be, not the way they are. He created some of the most
monumental and intimate spaces in America. He designed everything: banks and resorts,
office buildings and churches, a filling station and a synagogue, a beer garden and an art
museum. Frank Lloyd Wright's life truly was a work of art.


Wright was born on June 8, 1867, in Richland Center, Wisconsin. His early influences
include his clergyman father's playing of Bach and Beethoven and his mother's gift of
geometric blocks. Growing up, Wright spent much of his summers at a farm owned by his
uncles; here, his favorite pastime was building forts out of hay and mud. In 1882, at the
age of 15, he entered the University of Wisconsin as a special student, studying
engineering because the school had no course in architecture. Wright left Madison in 1887
to work as a draftsman in Chicago. Wright worked for several architectural offices until
he finally found a job with the most skillful architect of the Mid-West, Louis Sullivan,
soon becoming Sullivan's chief assistant. Wright was assigned most of the firm's designing
of houses, and to pay his many debts he designed for private clients in his spare time.
Sullivan disapproved, and Wright set up his own office, which was located in Oak Park.
Just before his twenty-second birthday, in 1889, Wright married Catherine Lee Tobin, the
daughter of a wealthy businessman, and together with Sullivan as his former employer, she
gave him the cultural background he lacked; she gave him social polish as well.


Now, as an independent architect, Wright became the leader of a style known as the Prairie
School, which is described as houses with low-pitched roofs and extended lines that blend
into the landscape. Between the year of 1903-1906, Wright began using more modern
materials, such as concrete. In 1904, he designed the strong, practical Larkin building in
Buffalo, New York. In 1905, Wright left the United States for the first time to travel to
Japan for three months. In 1911, feeling too restricted by building primarily suburban
structures, Wright began the construction of his new home and studio, located on his
uncle's Wisconsin farm, called Taliesin (Welsh for ‘shining brow'). "No house should
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