150 years of Frank Lloyd Wright
By Sarah Jean Mark
Director of Marketing & Events
Coined for developing the philosophy, 'Organic Architecture', innovative designer Frank Lloyd Wright was a man of many talents and far-reaching aspirations. As a pioneering American architect, he created over 1,000 revolutionary structures influenced by nature yet designed to embrace new technology with painstaking craftsmanship.
Wright knew his destiny in life was to re-design the world. Although most well known as an architect, he was also an interior designer, writer, and educator. Born 150 years ago this year, Wright's designs continue to have a strong impact on creatives young and old today.
Some of his most well known structures include Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Johnson Wax Building, Fallingwater, Unity Temple, and Taliesin.
Some refer to Wright as an architectural genius or visionary. His forward thinking ideas and revolutionary, yet practical structures have influenced the world as we know it. The incredible work and long history of Frank Lloyd Wright holds a special place in the heart of M-Rad as we strive to embody a similar culture of progressive thinking...