'Every architect is--necessarily--a great poet. He must be a great original interpreter of his time, his day, his age.'-FLW
Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the most famous and influential architects of his time. He created his own style of architecture,
and influenced American Architecture itself.
Wright was very passionate about nature and practiced organic architecture. Through this form of architecture, he made
whatever structure he was creating, match its surroundings.
Fallingwater, his most famous private residence, is a good example of how the structure blends in with its natural surroundings.
Featuring pictures of his most famous structures, this exhibition allows for a new consideration of this important architect
and an appreciation for his process of developing the architecture that people see today.