150th ANNIVERSARY OF FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT BIRTH (1867-2017)

We love its modern architecture, but above all its organic constructions. Architectural design should create harmony between man and nature, build a new balance system between built environment and natural environment through the integration of various man-made artificial elements (buildings, furnishings, etc.) and natural Dell ‘Environment around the site. All are part of a single interconnected organism, architectural space. The 1936 Waterfall House is the most pragmatic and exceptional example of this Wrightian way of making and understanding architecture. Wright expressed a proposition of organic architecture:

“For Organic Architecture, I mean an architecture that develops from the inside to the outside, in harmony with the conditions of its being, distinct from an architecture that is applied from the outside.”