This creative American architect, interior designer, writer, and educator believed in an organic architecture to promote harmony between humanity and its environment. You can take virtual tours of some of Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings here:
Wright designed this house as a private residence and weekend home for a family. Fallingwater is one of Wright’s most famous works and best exemplifies his philosophy of organic architecture: harmony between art and nature. Located in the mountains of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Fallingwater is open to public as a museum now. Being one of many famous buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright, Fallingwater has witnessed more than five million visitors. Since its closed, you can a take a virtual tour now.
Built and completed in 1956, Samara House is nestled in one of Indiana’s most historically significant cities. Today, Samara features more than 40 of Wright’s architectural innovations. This educational artwork also hosts thousands of visitors annually.
The Westcott House resembles Japanese architecture since Wright has just paid a visit to Japan. The low-lying, horizontally spread out house has the connection to the landscape. The large windows allow sufficient natural light to enter the rooms and give a glow to the interiors. Experience the timeless designs in one of the world-class buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright here.
Influenced by the style of seventh-century Mayan temples, Hollyhock House is located in the East Hollywood neighbourhood of Los Angeles, was completed between 1919 and 1921. Each of the rooms inside the house also leads out to the external spaces, that include porches, pergolas and a narrow pool. The upper floor takes you to the rooftop terraces, that offer magnificent views to the Hollywood Hills.
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Built between 1905 and 1908, Unity Temple is considered to be one of Wright’s most important structures. You can see that plaster, brick, or stone cover this massive structure. Wright did this deliberately to harmonize with his philosophy of organic architecture.
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By Jyoti Khatri
Jyoti Khatri writes for Chillwall on fun events, fitness, lifestyle near me and around the world.