Frank Lloyd Wright // UNESCO World Heritage

By Duncan Griffiths 28th July 2019

When it comes to architecture, the great American Frank Lloyd Wright sits apart. His oeuvre, which encompassed over 1000 structural designs, was all about creating a harmony with humanity and its environment. 8 of his buildings have just been added to the UNESCO World Heritage list and that’s goddamn exciting. More this way.

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