Tuesday, 5 February 2008
Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio (1889), Oak Park, Illinois
Frank Lloyd Wright's home and draughting office.
The Shingle Style home he designed and had built in his late teenage years when he first began work with Louis Sullivan (Wright's first employer Lyman Silsbee was a Shingle Style designer); the attached draughting office built nine years later was where Wright set up office with Marion Mahoney and Walter Burley Griffin once he left Sullivan -- and where they invented the Prairie Style.
More photos here and here.