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America 1930-1939: Fashion Research Article from American Decades

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During his early career Wright worked from a studio in downtown Chicago. He designed houses, gradually developing what he called his Prairie Style, which adopted the horizontal lines of the Great Plains. He also built the Larkin Building (1904) in Buffalo and the Robie House (1907) in Chicago. Throughout these years he developed his mature philosophy of an organic architecture, an architecture that grew like living organisms by adaptation to specific environments, sites, uses, and materials.

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