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  • Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio

    Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio

    Frank Lloyd Wright’s first home and studio (1889-1909), birthplace of an architectural revolution. Wright used his home to explore design concepts that contain the seeds of his architectural philosophy. In his adjacent studio, Wright and his associates developed a new American architecture – the Prairie style. The historic district surrounding the Home and Studio has the greatest number of Wright-design residences anywhere.

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  • Frederick C. Robie House

    Frederick C. Robie House

    Sparking a revolution in residential architecture that still reverberates today, the Robie House (1908-10) is considered one of the most important buildings in the architectural history. The house is a masterpiece of the Prairie style and a forerunner of modernism in architecture.

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  • The Rookery

    The Rookery

    Set in the heart of Chicago’s financial district, Daniel Burnham and John Root’s Rookery Building is a Chicago landmark, containing a luminous and brilliantly articulated central light court remodeling (1905) by Frank Lloyd Wright. Balancing Burnham & Root’s ornamental ironwork and his own vision, Wright created a spectacular environment – one of his most dramatic interior compositions.

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  • Unity Temple

    Unity Temple

    Unity Temple (1905-08) is Frank Lloyd Wright’s only surviving public building from his Prairie period. It was designed and constructed in 1905-08. Limited by a modest budget and an urban site, Wright created an innovative design and used unconventional materials to produce one of the most sophisticated accomplishments of his early career.

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