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Celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture in Audio Guides

Frank Lloyd Wright is a master architect of the 20th century. His buildings reflect and celebrate the unique character of American architecture. He left a unique imprint with his distinct design that is “more expressive with fewer lines, fewer forms; more articulate with less labor”.

Here is a selection of audio guides of his work across the United States:

140 Maiden Lane

140 Maiden Lane in San Francisco, California
This structure near Union Square features a spiral ramp, thought to be the prototype for the Guggenheim Museum in NYC. Learn more in audio tour by American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter.

Pope-Leighey House in Alexandria, Virginia
This modest home, referred to as Usonian, thought to mean “the United States of North America”, is on a site National Trust for Historic Preservation. Learn more on audio tour by Visit Alexandria.

Arizona Biltmore

Arizona Biltmore
Frank Lloyd Wright collaborated with his student on the design of this resort.

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