Copyright, Jim Lane5757 S. Woodlawn Avenue, the Robie House--the Prairie Style at its best.
|The Robie House dining area as designed by Wright, 1911.|
|The Art Deco, window panels|
and lights designed by Wright.
|The Robie House living room as seen today. |
The couch is a reproduction. The Inglenook fireplace is not.
Even virtually empty, the house seems not as large as it looks from the outside.
|The Robie House courtyard with its rare (for its time) three-car garage. The garage area now serves as the ever-present souvenir shop. A private entrance is to the left.|
|The Robie House main entrance.|
|The ground floor Robie House foyer.|
|The Robie House kitchen with its cantilevered cutting board counter.|
Dated? Yes, but nothing a few modern appliances couldn't cure.
|A Queen Anne house in Chicago's Oak|
Park designed by Wright during his
early years working for Louis Sullivan.
|Wright's 1959 Guggenheim Museum, |
New York. Notice his belated
rediscovery of the curve.
|Buffalo-Niagara Falls International Air Terminal, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. The Wright influence permeates world architecture today like that of no other.|