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Frank Lloyd Wright and the Genesis of the 'Modern' American Home Tell a Friend about this Course

Discover Frank Lloyd Wright's local influence with an exploration of The Suntop Homes, designed by Wright in 1938 and built in Ardmore, PA. Suntop represents an early example of Wright's USONIAN principles, incorporating "natural" materials and the latest advancements in construction technology, similar to those seen at Wright's celebrated Fallingwater in western Pennsylvania. This revolutionary architecture rethought traditional relationships between private and public spaces in the home and, decades later, is still considered 'modern.'   

Code:LH22010
Dates:June 6, 2017    Check for other dates
Meets:7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Instructor:Christian Busch
$44.00Course Fee

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