Frank Lloyd Wright. Architect
The Robie house is considered to be a masterpiece of Wright's career. Made of a
few different materials, the house was intended by Wright to have a "homey" or a feeling of unity. The light fixtures and other items were built into the house to keep the unity effect alive. The house was designed and built between 1906 and 1910, the house is located in Chicago. The building was commissioned by Frederick C. Robie, a 30 year old engineer at the time he approached Wright. The house, in my opinion shows the exact definition of the "Prairie" style. The way that it's built on a narrow city lot and the way it's horizontal lines are, show the short, flat look of that style.
The Imperial Hotel provided Wright with an architectural as well as engineering
challenge. The hotel was finished in 1922 and was criticized for its aesthetic design, but when it survived the 1923 earthquake that left Tokyo in shambles, it was praised.
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