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FRANK LLYOD
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The Man Who Needs No


Introduction
FRANK
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WRIGHT,
An American
interior designer , writer ,
educator during his 70year
The career.
development of modern
architecture has been strongly
influenced
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the
accomplishment of frank Llyod
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He related the meaning of his work to


the order of nature; his buildings and
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designs were metaphors for
technology, nature and democracy.
His architecture went through several
phases and focused on such themes
as nature organicism, the Midwestern
Prairie, modernism .
He discovered the vital difference
between sculpture and architecture,
between volumes on the landscape and
architectural space.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed 1,141
buildings, including homes, offices,
"The thing
churches,
schools,
libraries, always
bridges,
and
museums.
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: June 8,

1867
Parents
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William Cary
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He was originally named as


Frank Lincoln Wright, which he
later changed after his parents
1885
- he enrolled as a special student
divorced.
at the University of Wisconsin at Madison
and worked as a draughtsman in the
practice of Allen D. Conover, Dean of the
School of Engineering of Madison,
Wisconsin

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LIFE
EVENTS..
Date Of Birth:

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university studies and moved to Chicago


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1887 - he designed his first
independent
project,
Unitarian
1887
- he joined
the the
prestigious
Adler &
Chapel in
Sioux City .
Sullivan
practice.

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1893 - after the discovery of

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1887 - Frank Lloyd Wright gave up his

'clandestine' work parallel to his job for


Adler & Sullivan, he fell out with Louis
Sullivan -. after returning to the United
1911
1893 -he
opened
his Taliesin
own practice
.
States,
founded
(literally
1905 - -brow')
journey
.
1914
at Taliesin,
a servant
murdered Mamah
'shining
. to Japan
Cheney, her two children and four employees of
the practice afterwards starting a fire which
totally destroyed the building .

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Architecture, a collection of conference


cycles held in 1930 at Princeton
University1932
- he exhibited
at theof
1938 - he published
his collection
Museum
of Modern Art
in Modern
New York
writings Architecture
and
Life

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1939 - he was awarded the Royal


Institute of British Architects gold medal
1949 - he was awarded the American
Institute of Architects gold medal
1954 - he published The Natural House,
in which he described Usonian houses
1957 - he published A Testament, his
autobiography
1958 - he published The Living City

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1931 - he published Modern

1959, 9th April - he died in

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During his schooling in


summers he spent on his
Uncle James Lloyd Jones'
farm in Spring Green,
Wisconsin, Wright first
began to realize his dream
Even before he was born,
of becoming an architect.
his mother was
determined to make him
into an architect.

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Wright rarely credited any


influences on his designs, but "The thing
always
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that you
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1.) FROEBEL GIFT :

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Frank Lloyd Wright regularly


cited the influences on his
approach to architecture.
The Froebel method
gave Wright the basis
for his fascination with
a small number of
geometric shapes,
which in different
combinations were
used throughout his
architectural career:
the spiral, the sphere
and the circle, square,
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whom he considered to be his 'Lieber


Meister' (dear master).
The basis for Wrights future work was
born out of the idea and philosophy of
Sullivans that "form follows function

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2.) LOUIS SULLIVAN,

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Wright adapted Sullivan's maxim "Form


Follows Function" to his own revised
theory of "Form and Function
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It was Sullivan's
belief that American
Architecture should
be
based
on "The thing
American function, always
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not
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3.)Japanese art, prints


and buildings

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1905 - journey to Japan


1905 - study of
traditional Japanese
houses.
Wright was an active dealer in
Japanese art, primarily woodblock
prints.
he designed a home, then provided
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He saw music and architecture as


closely related, calling both
"sublimated mathematics."
He felt that understanding music
5.)
Nature
shapes/forms
makes
for a particularly
better architect.
and colors/patterns of plant life :
Wright
believed
that by correlating
a
building
to
nature, the spiritual
condition
of
He believed that natural materials
were
could be
friendly and beautiful, but mankind
also that the
elevated.
nature of materials was inextricably
linked to
the structural of the building

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4.) Music (his favorite composer


was Ludwig van Beethoven)

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1. Simplicity And Repose Should Be The
Measure Of Art. Consequently, Buildings
Should Have As Few Rooms As Possible;
Opening Should Be Integrated Into The
Structure And Form, Of The Buildings ,
While Details Like Decoration , Fixtures,
And Furniture Were To Be Integrated Into
The Overall Structure Detail And
Decoration Should Be Reduced.
Space Was The
Form And
Invisible
Function
Fountain
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Were
Which All Rhythm
One,
Flows To Which
Unified
They Must
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6 Principles Of Organic

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Wrights second principle


called for as many different
styles of houses as there were
styles of people. This allowed for
clients
individuality.
A
multiplicity of styles also meant
that architects no longer had to
rely on historical styles that had
dominated
19th
century
architecture , and which in
tradition
didoften
not had democracy
America
no relation tothe
meanthat
imitating
the,s own
national
country
history ideal which
past ,but implied
Wright defined as the
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the sense of
gospel of individuality.
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The fourth principle he


stated that the colors of
buildings should be derived
from nature and should be
adapted to harmonize with
the building materials . It
called for
conventionalization, a
method of abstracting form
to its essentials, to5.)
color
The fifth principle called for
and
to plant formsexpressing
as
NATURE
the nature of
source
of design form.
which meant
materials. Wood should look like
not just living
things but
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essence of
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Wrights sixth principle


called for spiritual integrity
in architecture. His belief
that buildings should have
qualities that were
analogous to the human
qualities of truth , sincerity ,
and beauty and building
should
bring
joy. was
romance
waspeoplespirit
the creative force
the essential
expressed by
life force
each individual
within an
embodied in the
object .
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earliest works was to some


extent a derivation of the
work
of
the
leading
architects of the 1880,s
including h.h. Richardson
,bruce price,and mckim,
mead and white, whose
work was widely published
in contemporary magazines
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Architectural Phases Of
Frank
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FIRST PHASE: his

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SECOND PHASE: in
the 1890,s is classical in
nature furthermore ,the
decoration Wright used
in
these
years
is
evidence
of
the
influence
of
Louis
THIRD
Sullivan PHASE:
, for whom
sometimes
calledfor
Wright
Wright worked
five
s
first golden age
years.
began in 1901 and
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In third phase Wright created a distinctly


American house type the prairie housecharacterized by a strong horizontally , use of
natural materials , and a close attention to the
FOURTH PHASE: from the
links between the building the building and its
1910,s the decorative use of
site
Mayan inspired cast concrete
dominated and culminated in
wrights fourth phase, the textile
FIFTH
PHASE: Wrights fifth
block houses in the los Angeles
and
productive
period
area most
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featured the usonian house , a
lower cost house type than the
SIXTH house00000
PHASE :The s.c johnson wax company
prairie
head quarters (1936), the solomon r,.
Guggenheim museum (1956), and the marine
county civic centre (1957)- are not only
landmarks in modern American architecture but
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One of the worlds most


famous houses is the weekend
retreat called Falling water.
Begun in 1936 and completed
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the following year, Wright always
designed
the
house
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that you
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owner Edgar J. Kaufmann, believe in,
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Falling waters floors and roofs are


dramatically cantilevered over the waterfall
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of Bear Run, a creek in western
Falling water celebrates
Pennsylvania.
an idea: the technology
,imagination and nature
when brought together in
service of man can result
in great art . it is a place
which
was was
created
romance
the for
creative
force
restoration
nature
and embodied
expressed by in
each
individual
in
the form notion
of architecture
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Construction
materials used were:sandstone, reinforced
concrete, glass, and
The intrinsic quality of
steel.
each manner in which it
was treated , for e.g. :the
pale color of concrete
suggests
the
earthen
The stone floors are
nature which nature of the material.
waxed, while the hearth
meant not just
is left plain, giving the
living things but
impression of dry rocks
was the essence
of materials plans protruding from a
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most
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of using large
important
grain and natural
sheets of
material
is
color, with the
glass , Wright
stone.
choose to
same applying to
Executed in
emphasize
He proposed
stone and
reinforced
both
on the
brick,
Stone walls
originally to
concrete,
plaster.
physical
serve to space
cover the
presence
of
the houses
Each material
building
concrete slabs
glass
and in
its gold
floating
should show its
leaf which would
functions.
the proper
planes echo
natural texture
mimic the color
the streams
distance apart,
of dying plants
cascading
and prevent
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and thereby
the colors
be
flow. of buildings should
always
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the
derived from nature andconnect
should be
happens
adapted to harmonize with
the to the
house
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change of
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terrace or the exterior space . each
of the floor bed rooms has its own
Space
terrace and there are two terraces
Was
The
Wrights design makes the
of the living room
Invisible
interior space of the house
Fountain
continuous with the
The
strong
,From
outdoors, fusing the house
Which
All
with its site.horizontal
and vertical Rhythm
Flows
To
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has a spiral form around an


open well, with a huge
skylight as a roof
The unique feature of this design
is that while looking at any one
painting, all other paintings are
always visible, since the whole
exhibition can be seen at any
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Special importance
to lighting IS GIVEN.
By using both
daylight
and
The circular,
artificial
inverted,light,
and a
three
dimensional
truncated
conical
effect
was created.
main space
is lit by
The circular form
a dome and a
of the spiral
ground floor is left
adds to the
as an open circular
sense of
court.
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fountain ,from
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The
main
construction material
is concrete in a variety
of forms such as
reinforced
and
sprayed concrete, as
the spiral ramp design
depends
on
the
The materials
character
of used
the
in its construction
material.

were basically
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of buildings
should be
derived
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nature and
should be
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the nature
concrete
of
spiral
materials.
beam
Wood
forms the should look
structural like wood,
showing its
system.
grain and
The flat
natural
beam
color, with
acts like a the same
continuou applying to
brick,
s ramp.
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Wright directs visitors


via a ramp to the top
of the building, and
The tour begins at the
down a gentle
helicoidally ramp so
entrance and slowly
that almost without
leads visitors to a path
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always
realizing it, the work
where the artworks are
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glass windows, and the use of
complex and
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expensive
the nature of
horizontal`
the horizontal tuck pointing
materials.
of the bricks, creates an
Wood should
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look like wood,
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natural color,
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structural
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columns
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piers at the east and
walls,
west ends. As a result,
accenting the
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exterior
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plan
have little structural
Wright favored
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design and thus are
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door panels in 29
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# The architect must be a prophet .
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of Form
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# Organic
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architecture was a
was a pioneer in
philosophy created
modern style, and he
by Wright. It means
is considered one of
that a building
the greatest figures
should be developed # With
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20th-century
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many
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shown in his designs room
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