Frank Lloyd Wright

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Frank Lloyd Wright is considered by many to be the most important architect in American
history. In his long, illustrious career, he designed residences for private patrons and commercial structures to be enjoyed by the public. His innovative ideas about organic architecture, materials, and space are still influential today. Ann Shifflet, Adjunct Instructor at the Columbus College of Art & Design will discuss Wright's most well-known works such as the Robie House, Fallingwater, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and Unity Temple among others, and will analyze what made Wright so revolutionary for his time.

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