Frank Lloyd Wright is known for many things one of the most famous being his idea of organic structure. This idea entails designing structures that work in conjunction with humanity and its environment. This philosophy was really best typified by Wright’s interpretation of Fallingwater (1935) known as such (pictured above). It has been called “the best all-time work of American architecture.” It was once a private home and is now a historic landmark.
This organic style truly defined his work and ushered in a new, exciting era for modern architecture. His work is still highly prized and sought after. It is harmonious and integrated with the animate and living. Nature takes precedent instead of the reverse. Naturally.