Frank Lloyd Wright:
The Language of Organic Architecture
Art and Architecture
Artis—Naples Lifelong Learning
John Lobell, M. Arch., Professor at Pratt Institute
Frank Lloyd Wright pioneered modern architecture in response to industrialization, new materials and changes in society. But most importantly, he introduced a language of organic architecture, bringing together the best of the West and the East in a way that can serve us to this day.
March 13: Part I
March 15: Part II
This season's lecture is 2-part presentation. Select an individual presentation for each date, or purchase the entire lecture as a package.
This lecture is part John Lobell's series, Art and Architecture.