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America 1930-1939: Fashion Research Article from American Decades

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American architect Frank Lloyd Wright was also fascinated by the idea of building affordable houses for the masses. Yet he approached the problem from an entirely different point of view than did Gropius and other Bauhaus architects. Wright's guiding principle, "out of the ground, into the light," was organic and drew predominantly from nature for its inspiration. According to Wright, architects must design buildings and homes to fit both their natural environments and the needs of their occupants. Buildings, he believed, must be as individual as their owners.

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