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Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959)grew up in an America still very much influenced by the Jeffersonian ideal of an agrarian society. His abiding feeling for the land and his belief in man's need for a direct relationship with nature were essential to his concept of an "organic architecture"—what Wright envisioned as an American architecture distinct from the classical and Renaissance traditions. His antipathy toward European design was matched by a love for non-Western art, particularly that of Japan.

His poetic forms of the new modernism were the direct opposite to the cold austerity of the International Style. These two projects became icons for an America remaking its image into a technological, political and cultural powerhouse. Info source: www.architechgallery.com

 

       
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3d visualization 360 degrees Wright's Willis house chair: iDesign / design objects / willis house chair

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