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The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park: Kirkwood, Missouri | Book a tour.

The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park: Kirkwood, Missouri

Chicago. The Rookery. Burnham and Root. Completed in 1888. Frank Lloyd Wright redesigned the skylit lobby in 1905.

The Rookery The stunningly beautiful staircase and skylight at The Rookery in Chicago, by Burnham and Root. The building was completed in but Frank Lloyd Wright totally redesigned the skylit lobby in

Curtis Meyer House. Frank Lloyd Wright. Usonian Style. 1951. Galesburn, Michigan.

The Curtis Meyer Residence is one of four houses Frank Lloyd Wright designed for the Galesburg subdivision. Like his other "Galesburg Country Homes,"

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The Architecture of Emotion :: An essay on Emotional Architecture

Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright. Fallingwater or Kaufmann Residence is a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, 43 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

I liked Lincoln Logs. This is interesting... John Lloyd Wright, son of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, put these on the market in 1916. Wright was inspired by his father's design for Tokyo’s earthquake-proof Imperial Hotel, which he saw while it was under construction.

Honestly, I was a little post-modern to really enjoy the Logs. More of an early Lego man myself. But I'll always remember how the Lincoln Logs smelled - that funky wood smell.

Larkin Administration Building / 680 Seneca Street, Buffalo, NY / 1906 / Frank Lloyd Wright -- Wright, at 82 years old, felt indifferent about the building he designing as a young, 35-year-old architect, “To them, it was just one of their factory buildings, to be treated like any other,” he said. In 1949, for the sum of 5,000 dollars, one of America’s greatest architectural designs collapsed and was replaced with a parking lot. It was once the first air-conditioned building in the U.S.

Larkin Company Administration Building, Buffalo, New York, Frank Lloyd Wright. Demolition in progress

Shoji screens are used everywhere from George Nakashima's Reception House to actor Vincent Kartheiser's tiny Hollywood bungalow, and they remain a time-tested way of allowing light in and keeping clutter behind the scenes. Here are 10 clever ways to show some shoji style.

In the hallway of a Toronto renovation, a set of sliders shows off a mix of influences from shoji to Schindler, with multitoned wood reflecting the sunlight. Photo by Juliana Sohn. Photo by: Juliana Sohn

Falling Water - Kaufman House by ~rubrduk One of the most famous pieces of architecture in the US.  Located in western Pennsylvania.  Kentuck Knob is nearby and just as wonderful.

Falling Water - Kaufman House by ~rubrduk One of the most famous pieces of architecture in the US. Located in western Pennsylvania. Kentuck Knob is nearby and just as wonderful.

The Charnely-Persky House is a  distinct departure from the popular design motifs of the 1890s and a collaboration between architect Louis Sullivan and his young apprentice Frank Lloyd Wright.    It clearly illustrates how the pair rejected the historically-inspired details commonly used during the Victorian era.

The Charnely-Persky House is a distinct departure from the popular design motifs of the 1890s and a collaboration between architect Louis Sullivan and his young apprentice Frank Lloyd Wright. It clearly illustrates how the pair rejected the historically-inspired details commonly used during the Victorian era.

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