"As the sun sets over the desert, the evening light bathes the building and its grounds in warm hues, accentuating and complementing the shapes, textures and colors of the building and its surroundings."
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Frank Lloyd Wright, William Winslow House, River Forest, Illinois, 1894
Frank Lloyd Wright, St. Mark’s-in-the-Bouwerie Towers, New York, 1927-31. Unbuilt.
Frank Lloyd Wright,Table for Francis W. Little’s summer house in Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota (1912-15)
“The heart is the chief feature of a functioning mind.”
― Frank Lloyd Wright
The Marin Civic Center, 20 miles north of San Francisco, was the last project of legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Although Wright died in 1959, the project was pursued under the direction of Aaron Green, his apprentice. It was finished in 1962.