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America 1930-1939: Fashion Research Article from American Decades

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American-born architect Frank Lloyd Wright also explored the human aspects of technology in his designs. His view of design was modeled after nature and the environment. Each structure had an organic life of its own uniquely attuned to its locality. He married his appreciation of organic structures with the modern fascination with machines. His Johnson Wax Company Administration Building (1936-1939) in Racine, Wisconsin, perfectly captured the design advances of the decade. Its interior looked like a forest, with its towering curved pillars that supported circular disks. A large, spiraling, rounded tower was his experiment with the look he would perfect in the Guggenheim Museum in 1959. Taliesin West (begun 1939), his winter residence and school in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Fallingwater in Bear Run, Pennsylvania (1936), were testimonies to the possibility that technology and nature could dwell peaceably together.

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