Frank Lloyd Wright: A Maverick Who Believed In Form With Feeling

Frank Lloyd Wright was an American original. Prolific, visionary, unorthodox and ingenious, he built for a romantic America, a country with space and grace to spare. While the turbines of Modernism were fitting and turning homes, buildings and cities into parts of a huge functional machine, Wright held on to his belief in an architecture that could dawdle and daydream. His grand plan for cities seemed fantastical and cinematic--the basic building block was not a house but a farm, where each man could grow his own food on an acre block reserved for him since birth--and he was easy to dismiss...

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