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Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio

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The Artist as Architect

At what point did Chicago inspire Frank Lloyd Wright and did he inspire the city. Certainly, he was one of the most influential architects in the United States during the past century, but the time he spent in his Oak Park studio, from 1898 until 1905, not only accounts for a third of his career, but also the most creative and important time he spent as an architect.

This museum not only provides a wealth of materials for visitors, but many architectural programs. There are monthly tours of his houses as well as monthly youth programs that allow young people to explore Wright's architecture though building blocks.

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