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Frank Lloyd Wright, Prairie School Master

More Wright on MindsiMedia. ChiTownView / YouTube has a Wright playlist. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL88C70841ADC723B6 We have a Google map Wright inthe Chicago area. http://goo.gl/maps/hCGPi / Look for Wright related items on our Shopify store. http://20th-century-retro.myshopify.com/ We have a set of photos on Flickr. http://www.flickr.com/photos/photonoir/sets/72157629650346310/
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Now, thanks to the mini movie above, you can watch the building of Wright's Fallingwater take place right before your eyes, and then take a tour of the house.

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Colorful Stained Glass of a double door set Combine Frank Lloyd Wright with some interesting piecing. Think about it.

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ambient moon - contemporary

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Frank Lloyd Wright's Meyer May House of Grand Rapids (1908).

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"Give me the luxuries of life and I will do without the necessities." -Frank Lloyd Wright

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Frank Lloyd Wright- architect

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from The Huffington Post

The 33 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Everyone Should Know

In this file photo of March 18, 1957, architect Frank Lloyd Wright visits Robie House, his 1909 Prairie style design, on Woodlawn Avenue in Chicago, Ill.

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The 33 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Everyone Should Know

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Frank Lloyd Wright

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Robie House in Chicago by Frank Lloyd Wright -- stained glass doesn't get much better than this (even in a b&w photo)

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A Closer Look: The Robie House by Frank Lloyd Wright

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Entry: John Sowden House in Hollywood, California, Designed in 1926 by Flank Lloyd Wright

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sowden house : outdoors

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Mrs. A. W. Gridley House. Batavia, Illinois. 1906. Frank Lloyd Wright. Prairie Style.

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WAM | A.W. Gridley House | Batavia

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Completed in 1956, the Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma is the first and only realized high-rise design project by the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

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