Frank Lloyd Wright: America's Most Honored Architect

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Frank Lloyd Wright is commemorated as the America’s most honored architect. He was born in Richland Center, Wisconsin on June 8th, 1867 and he died on April 9th, 1959. Shortly after finishing his college studies, he turned to be the chief assistant of Louis Sullivan, also known as the “father of skyscrapers”. Later on, he decided to establish his own business and developed an “organic architecture” approach called Prairie school. This lead to generate architectural designs mainly for commercial constructions and homes. Throughout his seventy-year career he produced over one-thousand designs but not all of them were built.

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