Definition of Frank Lloyd Wright from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Frank Lloyd Wright

 
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(1869-1959) a leading US architect who helped to develop modern architecture. His 'prairie-style' houses used long, low lines and open spaces inside, and his 'organic' buildings were designed to match their natural surroundings and often used their materials. One of Wright's best-known buildings is the Guggenheim Museum.