Collection by Matthew Keeshin

Modern Master: Frank Lloyd Wright

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The visionary work of Frank Lloyd Wright continues to influence the public and design professionals. The architect's uncompromising vision led to innovations in architecture, including further developments in engineering and materials.

Fallingwater (1935, Mill Run, Pennsylvania).
The Laurent House opens to the public for the first time on June 7 and will be open the first and last weekend of each...
The seeds for Frank Lloyd Wright's collaboration with prefab builder Marshall Erdman were planted when Erdman hired the...
An archival view of the pavilion.
The "hemicycle" layout of the house is one of only 12 or 13 similar structures designed by Frank Lloyd Wright around...
UNESCO World Heritage Nomination According to Scott Perkins, Director of Preservation at Fallingwater, ten of Wright’s...
He Even Designed Modern Gas Stations This small town service station outside of Duluth may stand as an outlier among...
The only grouping of Frank Lloyd Wright's early American System-Built Homes—built by Arthur Richards and designed with...
Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright Location: Los Angeles, CA Price: $6,900,000 One of Frank Lloyd Wright's West Coast...
This is the painted model of Broadacre City, showing the amount of undeveloped land between residences.
Although the Price Tower is Wright’s only realized skyscraper, the rendering of the Grouped Towers in Chicago portrays...
Taliesin West (1938, Scottsdale, Arizona).
Unity Temple (1905, Oak Park, Illinois).
Taliesin (1911, Spring Green, Wisconsin).
Frederick C. Robie House (1908, Chicago, Illinois).
Price Tower (1952, Bartlesville, Oklahoma). This design is Wright's only realized skyscraper.
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