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Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959

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Unified Vision: The Architecture and Design of the Prairie School

Based on the book, Progressive Design in the Midwest by Jennifer Komar Olivarez, and its Prairie School Collection of objects, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts presents this Web site, featuring architectural objects, a virtual tour of the Purcell-Cutts house in Minneapolis (donated to the Institute in 1985 and restored by 1990), and an architectural tour of Prairie style buildings in Minnesota...
Teaching by Design: Lesson Plans

Teaching by Design seeks to carry on the legacy of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright with lesson plans that bring art, design, and nature into the classroom. Wright's ideas, such as organic architecture and community design, are connected with cross-curricular themes including geometry, biology, visual art, and social studies. For example, the "Sprouting Design" activity, inspired by Wright's...