Results for - Well Known Frank Lloyd Wright Structures

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Frank Lloyd Wright, who was born 149 years ago this week, designed some of the most famous modern buildings in America, which are scattered around the country. Some are private residences, but others are open for touring. Check out the following buildings, keeping in mind that all were built prior to 1959, when he died.

Wright's first home and studio in Oak Park, Illinois is where it all began. You can tour both his private residence, built in 1889, where he lived with his family, and the studio where he and his team created the concept of Prairie Style.

1. Wright's first home and studio in Oak Park, Illinois is where it all began. You can tour both his private residence, built in 1889, where he lived with his family, and the studio where he and his team created the concept of Prairie Style.

I like the look of this building.
46%
674 votes
I have been to see this building.
6%
85 votes
I'd like to visit this building.
29%
422 votes
None of the above.
33%
492 votes
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7 votes
A U.S. National Historic Landmark, Falling Water is the granddaddy of all Wright's houses, his crowning achievement. You can visit the home, located in Mill Run, Pennsylvania. It is truly a sight to behold as you take in the nature around the house and hear the water rush below.

2. A U.S. National Historic Landmark, Falling Water is the granddaddy of all Wright's houses, his crowning achievement. You can visit the home, located in Mill Run, Pennsylvania. It is truly a sight to behold as you take in the nature around the house and hear the water rush below.

I like the look of this house.
50%
741 votes
I have been to see this house.
5%
70 votes
I'd like to visit this house.
36%
537 votes
None of the above.
26%
387 votes
Other (please specify)
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7 votes
Taliesin was built in 1911, and was Wright's primary residence, living there until his death in 1959. You can now visit the home in Spring Green, Wisconsin, as it is part of the Wright trust.

3. Taliesin was built in 1911, and was Wright's primary residence, living there until his death in 1959. You can now visit the home in Spring Green, Wisconsin, as it is part of the Wright trust.

I like the look of this house.
45%
662 votes
I've visited this house.
5%
80 votes
I'd like to visit this house.
30%
450 votes
None of the above.
32%
476 votes
Other (please specify)
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6 votes
Taliesin West served as Wright's winter home from 1937 until 1959. Located in Scotsdale, Arizona, the structure is made of rock, wood, and concrete and was inspired by the local landscape.

4. Taliesin West served as Wright's winter home from 1937 until 1959. Located in Scotsdale, Arizona, the structure is made of rock, wood, and concrete and was inspired by the local landscape.

I like how this house looks.
38%
563 votes
I've seen this house.
5%
81 votes
I'd like to visit this house.
29%
423 votes
None of the above.
40%
587 votes
Other (please specify)
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4 votes
The Guggenheim Museum is one of the most iconic fixtures in the New York City landscape. It houses an impressive collection of art ranging from the 19th to 21st centuries and also has special exhibitions throughout the year. Inside, a spiral design guides you through the museum.

5. The Guggenheim Museum is one of the most iconic fixtures in the New York City landscape. It houses an impressive collection of art ranging from the 19th to 21st centuries and also has special exhibitions throughout the year. Inside, a spiral design guides you through the museum.

I like how this building looks.
30%
442 votes
I've been to the Guggenheim.
9%
135 votes
I'd like to visit the Guggenheim.
32%
471 votes
None of the above.
40%
598 votes
Other (please specify)
0%
7 votes
06/13/2016 Living 1478 43 By: karylwood

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