Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior

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Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior

Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior

September 8 - December 9, 2018

CFrank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior showcases designs of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright's houses and their interiors. The 28 drawings and photographs displayed show Wright's distinct "organic" style and why he is considered the greatest of American architects. Frank Lloyd Wright, an American architect, designer, and writer, was prolific throughout his very long career. Wright designed more than 1,000 buildings and is famous for his "organic architecture" philosophy, which harmonized the natural landscape and human values with the structure itself.

A few of the houses and interiors represented in the exhibit are:

  • The Frederick Robie House, Chicago, Illinois
  • Herman Mossberg House, South Bend, Indiana
  • Edward E. Boynton House, Rochester, New York
  • Table and Chair Design, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ
  • "Taliesin Line" project, "The Four Square" Design for Heritage-Henredon
  • Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior was organized by the International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC, in cooperation with The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ.