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Frank Lloyd Wright
   was born on   
June 8, 1867
Prominent and influential architect
Guggenheim Museum
   was designed by   
Frank Lloyd Wright
Modern period, 1956 to 1959, built in New York, New York, USA
Falling Water
   was designed by   
Frank Lloyd Wright
Expressionist Modern period, 1934-1938-1948, built in Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania, USA
Taliesin
   was designed by   
Frank Lloyd Wright
Neo-Vernacular period, 1911-1925, built in Spring Green, Wisconsin, USA
Unitarian Meeting House
   was designed by   
Frank Lloyd Wright
Modern period, 1947-1951, built in Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Marin Civic Centre
   was designed by   
Frank Lloyd Wright
Modern period, 1957, built in San Rafael, California, USA
Frank Lloyd Wright
   is famous for being an   
Architect
Frank Lloyd Wright is without a doubt America's most famous architect, and yet he never attended architecture school. During his 70-year career, Frank Lloyd Wright designed 1,141 buildings, including homes, offices, churches, schools, libraries, bridges, and museums. Five hundred and thirty-two of these designs were completed, and 409 still stand.
Frank Lloyd Wright
   was born in   
Richland Center, U.S.A.
Wisconsin. 1867-1959. Most influential and imaginative architect
1959
   was the year   
Frank Lloyd Wright Died
At 91, April 9. American architect.
Frank Lloyd Wright
   was a/an   
Architect
Writer and educator; more than 500 completed works; promoted organic architecture
Frank Lloyd Wright
   said   
"The Longer I Live the More Beautiful Life Becomes"
Frank Lloyd Wright
   said   
"Tip the World over on Its Side and Everything Loose Will Land in Los Angeles"
American architect, interior designer, writer, educator, and philosopher
Frank Lloyd Wright
   said   
"I'm All in Favour of Keeping Dangerous Weapons out of the Hands of Fools. Let's Start With Typewriters"
American architect, interior designer, writer, educator, and philosopher
Frank Lloyd Wright
   said   
"Many Wealthy People Are Little More Than Janitors of Their Possessions"
American architect, interior designer, writer, educator, and philosopher
Frank Lloyd Wright
   said   
"The Modern City is a Place for Banking and Prostitution and Very Little Else"






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