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Wright, Frank Lloyd
One of the most prominent American architects of the 20th century, Frank Lloyd Wright developed the philosophy of "organic architecture," the central principle of which maintains that the building should develop out of its natural surroundings. Wright was one of the first architects to design and supply custom-made, purpose-built furniture and fittings that were used as integrated parts of the whole design.
Some of Wright's celebrated works include the Midway Gardens in Chicago, Illinois (1913), the Johnson Wax Headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin (1915), and the Robie House on the campus of the University of Chicago. He was also an accomplished furniture designer.