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If Illinois is the Land of Lincoln, then Chicago must be the Town of Frank Lloyd Wright. His studio was in one of the Chicago suburbs, and homes he designed are found throughout the area. In Richard’s Hyde Park neighborhood alone, a casual stroll takes you past two homes created by the famous architect: the Isidore Heller house, built in 1897, and the celebrated Robie House, which opened in 1910.
On Saturday we took a tour of the Robie House, which many consider to be the pinnacle of Wright’s Prairie-Style Design. As his work progressed, Wright’s home designs took on an increasingly geometric approach, and the Robie House certainly reflects that trend, with long horizontal exterior lines and crisp angles. The interior rooms also are geometric and open, with large windows that open out onto second-story balconies that circle the front part of the structure. …
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