|The Winslow House, 1894, Frank Lloyd Wright, River Forest, Illinois
|Winslow House, ground floor plan (notice the tiny kitchen in back).
Despite the modern style, there was still a lot of 19th century thinking in the details.
|Robie House, 1909, Frank Lloyd Wright, Chicago
|Robie House drawing and main floor plan. As with many examples of urban architecture, urban congestion often interferes with conceptual ideals only apparent in drawings.
|Wright's Prairie style is so timeless it remains alive and well in many suburban settings as
seen here in this fairly authentic (yet compact) adaptation to the quarter-acre lot common in many subdivisions today.