Prairie Houses


With their bright, open spaces, in low buildings that blended with the landscape, Frank Lloyd Wright's prairie houses altered the course of 20th century architecture--and established a true American style. Many have become registered National Historic Landmarks, with furnishings, glass, and fabrics by Wright too. They include small houses, mansions, churches, government buildings, gas stations, and bridges. Among the masterpieces shown: the Ward Willits House (1902); Chicago's exquisite Robie House (1909); Petit Memorial ...

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