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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Frank Lloyd Wright: Translating a Uniquely American Home...

  • Aired: 01/20/2009
  • 39:14
  • Rating: TV-G
Virginia Boyd, Professor, School of Human Ecology, UW-Madison Frank Lloyd Wright was committed to designing a house that reflected a uniquely American way of life. Professor Virginia Boyd identifies several ways he translated his abstract ideas about an appropriate American house form into actual design.
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