Wright, Frank Lloyd
1869-1959

Regarded as one of the world's greatest architects he designed more than 600 buildings during nearly seventy years. Wright introduced the term 'organic' architecture and created the American Prairie Style, characterized by long, low, and horizontal lines. His most celebrated structure is perhaps Fallingwater (1935)

   

Among his most famous non-residential structures are the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, two buildings for the Johnson Wax Company (1936) in Wisconsin, and in New York the Guggenheim Museum.

He also established an architectural school and built for it 'Taliesin West', Ariz. (1938).
Beth Sholom Synagogue (1959)

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