• Wright and Chicago

    Wright and Chicago

    Wright spent the first twenty years of his career working in Chicago and its suburbs. His experiences in the city would have a profound influence on his architecture, shaping the principles and philosophies that would inform his entire career.

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  • Oak Park Studio

    The Oak Park Studio

    The Oak Park Studio years were a prolific period in Wright’s career, with more than a third of his life’s work produced at the site between 1898 and 1909. Contributing to this legacy was a group of talented young draftsmen, architects and artists drawn to the Studio by Wright’s vision.

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  • Prairie Style

    The Prairie Style

    Inspired by the expansive landscape of America’s Midwest, and developed at Wright’s Oak Park Studio, the Prairie style was the first uniquely American architectural style of the twentieth century.

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