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WRIGHT STUDIES AND PHOTO ESSAYS
Touring a Frank Lloyd Wright home is like walking through a three dimensional piece of artwork. It surrounds you. It touches your senses. The merging of interior and exterior mediums is remarkable. It touches the soul. Like other creative and artistic geniuses such as Picasso and Dylan, Wright constantly evolved. Moving from one period to the next. Like designing the Moore Residence, but never another in that style. While others spent their careers copying and elaborating on the Prairie style, Wright moved on.
Frank Lloyd Wright designs can be described, analyzed, explored and studied in so many ways. The depth and complexity of his designs are overwhelming. What we study are details. From details of his stained glass windows and fixtures, to his perforated wood cut light screens to his mitered glass corners, his details are ingenious. I am always overwhelmed when I see the complexity of the Dana Butterfly light fixture. His imaginative use of material and space, doors that open outward, cantilevered roofs, or corner doors that when opened remove corners; Hiis details are endless.
- Abraham Lincoln Center (S.095) W. Adams (S.048) Adelman (S.344) American System-Built Homes (S.200-204)
Arnold Residence (S.374) Ausgeführte Bauten (1910) Bagley Residence (S.028) Frank J. Baker (S.151)
- Banff National Park Pavilion (S.170) Bazett (S.259) Bitter Root Inn (S.145) Blair Residence (S.351)
Blossom Residence & Garage (S.014, 133) Blumberg Residence (Project) Boomer Residence (S.361) Booth Cottage (S.178)
Brandes Residence (S.350) Brigham Residence (S.184) Browne's Bookstore (S.141) Charnley Residence (S.009)
W. I. Clark Residence (S.013) Como Orchard Summer Colony (S.144) Cooke Residence (1953)
Copper Weed Urn & Weed Holder Disappearing City (1932) Dobkins Residence (S.362) Elam Residence (S.336) Emmond Residence (1892)
"Eve of St. Agnes" (1896) Feiman Residence (S.371) Francisco Terrace (S#030) Frank L. Smith Bank (S.111) Fuller House (S.123)
Thomas Gale Residence (1892) Glore Residence (S.341) Gordon Residence (S.419) Griggs Residence (S.290) Goan (S.029)
Guggenheim Museum (S.400) Hartford Resort (Project 1948) Harlan House (S.018)Heller Residence (S.038) Henderson Residence (S.057)
German Warehouse (S.183) Hoffman Showroom (S.380) Horner Residence (S.142) "House Beautiful"1896-98 Hoyt Residence (S.120)
Husser Residence (S.046) Imperial Hotel (S.194) Silverware and Monogram Japanese Print Stand (1908) Kalil Residence (S.387)
Kenwood (Harding) Dining Room (S.012) Lake Geneva Hotel (S.171) Lamp Cottage, Rocky Roost (S.021) Liberty Magazine Covers (1926-28)
Lockridge Medical Clinic (S.425) Luechauer Clinic (Project 1958) Luxfer Prism Glass (1898) Lykes Residence (S.433) MacHarg (S.010)
Marden Residence (S.357) March Balloons McArthur Residence (S.011) Midway Gardens (S.180) Midway Gardens Dish (S.180)
Millard (La Miniatura) (S.214) Muirhead Residence (S.334) Nakoma Clubhouse Nakoma Furniture Opus 497 Parker Residence (S.017)
Pearce (S.320) Pebbles & Balch Remodel (S.131) Seth Peterson Cottage (S.430) Pilgrim Congregational Church (S.431)
Loren B. Pope (S.268) Post Residence (S.378) Harold Price (S.378) River Forest Tennis Club (S.119) Riverside Terrace (S.367)
Roloson Rowhouse (S.026) Rubin Residence (S.343) Shavin Residence (S.339) Beth Sholom Synagogue (1954)
Sixty Years Exhibition 1951-56 J. L. Smith Residence (1955) Steffens Residence (S.153) Stohr Arcade (S.162) Stohr Arcade (S.162)
Stromquiest Residence (S.429) Sutton Residence (S.106)