Just released, a new iPad app, developed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust in collaboration with In-D Media, provides a unique and engaging platform for exploring Wright's Oak Park Home and Studio.
Built in 1889, Wright's Home and Studio served as his residence and workplace for the first twenty years of his career. Wright revised the design of the building multiple times, continually refining ideas that would shape his work for decades to come. In 1898, Wright built a new studio addition to his home. It was here that Wright pioneered his visionary Prairie style. Inspired by the expansive landscape of America's Midwest, the Prairie style was the first uniquely American architectural style of what has been called "the American Century." The birthplace of Wright's new American architecture, the Home and Studio offers a remarkable insight into the origins of one of the twentieth century's greatest architects.
Explore historic photographs, floor plans, interactive panoramas and video segments from the documentary film "Frank Lloyd Wright's Home and Studio"
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