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Emil Bach House

The Emil Bach House construction follows Wright’s 1911 return from Europe, commencing as his Midway Gardens project was completed in 1914, and before his departure to Japan in 1916 to oversee construction of the Imperial Hotel. While adopting the vocabulary of Wright’s Prairie house, the Bach House looks toward future stylistic directions in Wright’s work, in its contained geometry, efficient scale, and modern window designs with white, green, and orange-yellow shapes, evoking the rhythmic triangles of Midway Gardens’ windows, none of which survive.
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