Frank Lloyd Wright - In 1892, Frank Lloyd Wright was a 25-year-old draftsman who had grown up amidst the industrial revolution. He supplemented his income by designing residential properties in the flourishing suburbs, which got Wright thinking about typical American house styles.
"What was the matter with this typical American house? Well, just for an honest beginning, it lied about everything. It had no sense of unity at all nor any such sense of space as should belong to a free people. It was stuck up in thoughtless fashion. It had no more sense of earth than a "modernistic" house. And it was stuck up on wherever it happened to be. To take any one of these so-called "homes" away would have improved the landscape and helped to clear the atmosphere."—1935, FLW
Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin West - I find his design so inspiring! It just makes since visually to me.
An expert is a man who has stopped thinking because ‘he knows.’ <--Much wisdom here from Frank Lloyd Wright
"The only thing wrong with architecture are the architects" Frank Lloyd Wright: American Architect (1867-1989)