TAMU ARCH 350 - Frank Lloyd Wright Early Works (5 pages)

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The importance of Frank Lloyd Wright and the importance of his early works in Architecture.


Lecture number:
4
Pages:
5
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Texas A&M University
Course:
Arch 350 - Hist/Theor Mod/Cont Arch
Edition:
1
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ARCH 350 1st Edition Lecture 4 Outline of Last Lecture I Chicago History II Development of Skyscrapers A Technological advancements B Period of Reconstruction C Aesthetics III IV Francois Henebique William Le Baron Jenney A Home Insurance Building V VI VII VIII B Fair Store Daniel Burnham and John Root A Monadnock Building B Reliance Building Cyrus Eidlitz A Washington Life Building Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan A Auditorium Building B Guranty Building Louis Sullivan A Transportation Building B Carson Pirie Scott Department Store Outline of Current Lecture I About Frank Lloyd Wright II Early References III Olmsted Plan of Riverside Garden Suburb IV Wright s structures A Wright House and Studio These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute B Winslow House C Prarie Houses D Ward Willits House E Dana House F Robie House G Larkin Company Administration H Utility Temple I Imperial Hotel Current Lecture Frank Lloyd Wright Part 1 Early Works I FLW 1867 1959 Breaking the Box is the love of the thing he does influenced by new materials grasped the positive importance of mechanization II Early References Froebel blocks system of intersecting and overlapping planes Japanese carpentry Wonderful draftsman Chicago employed by Joseph Lyman Silsbee before working for Sullivan Practiced Sullivanesque ornament Louis Sullivan Form follows function Arts and Crafts ideals emphasis on the nature of materials values of honesty of materials simplicity in the design of everyday objects direct response to the nature of materials total design of furnishings and building Wright s Paper The Art and Crafts of the Machine 1901 Idea The machine is here to stay The architect must remain open to the tremors of a new mechanized age Vision that inspired him Transformation of industrial technique through art III Olmsted Plan of Riverside Garden Suburb Illinois City Plan 1869 Garden cities and



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