ARTH 012. The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright's career straddled two centuries and changed the course of architecture. We will examine his buildings and writings, from the time of his association with Louis Sullivan to the design of the Guggenheim museum and consider Wright's work in relation to the diverse currents of international modernism. Special attention will also be given to his houses and his influence on modern American domestic life.
1 credit.
Catalog chapter: Art and Art History  
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