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Oak Park, Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings

Chicago, United States

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Bordering the West side of Chicago, the suburb of Oak Park is one of the most visited places in the Chicago Area. Here you can see the biggest collection of residential projects by architect Frank Lloyd Wright and a couple of iconic buildings in Wright's career and personal life, the Unity Temple and his home / studio, where he practiced architecture for 20 years. You can enter both buildings for a small fee and although they are important for different reasons, it is worth taking a look at the interior of the Unity Temple, for it presents basic design concepts and geometries used by Wright in many of his projects, and his home and studio for its creative design for each space, often following different rules as a result of each room's unique purpose. ... "Other attractions at Oak Park include Ernest Hemingway's birthplace home and his boyhood home, the Ernest Hemingway Museum, and the three Oak Park homes of Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs." Not many neighborhoods in the World have such a modern architecture collection of one single architect's work, at the level of Frank Lloyd Wright's creative genius. And although as time goes by, these house seem to fade out in times of high-tech and intricate design, I think Oak Park will always maintain a certain and special charm in those few streets that tell part of the the story of one of the greatest american architects of our time.
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