Prairie House Blocks
Frank Lloyd Wright credited his mother with giving him Froebel wood building blocks at an early age; thus instilling in him the desire to become an architect. Even as an adult, Wright often used blocks as a scratch pad during the design process. Wright's work in the Prairie Style can be seen in his Robie House, Coonley House, and Dana House commissions. The Prairie Style features free-flowing interiors, low roofs, and horizontal profiles.
This set contains 68 blocks Intended for ages 5 and up.