Prairie School stained glass window in a geometric design in green, yellow, and clear glass.

Stained glass window in a geometric design in green, yellow, and clear glass. - 1902 window by Henry Webster Tomlinson reflects the Prairie School philosophy of providing ornamentation while retaining a view through the window

Suburban Houses / 1917-1942. American Foursquare. Early versions carried a distinct Craftsman style, while later versions took on a more classic feel with rounded traditional columns and Palladian windows and turned wood railings.

Early 20th-Century Suburban House Styles

Frank Lloyd Wright, Robie House (1906-1909), Prairie School (Modernism)  Wright worked with Sullivan in Chicago; the style he pioneered is known as the Prairie School

Frank Lloyd Wright, Robie House Prairie School (Modernism) Wright worked with Sullivan in Chicago; the style he pioneered is known as the Prairie School. this image post restoration.

Geometric Necklace  Copper  Prairie School by jamiespinello, $85.00

Geometric Necklace - Copper - Prairie School Revival Necklace - Inspired by Architectural Half Timbering and Iron Gates

Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired the New Prairie School Cocktail Bar in Chicago | Architectural Digest

Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired the New Prairie School Cocktail Bar in Chicago

Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired the New Prairie School Cocktail Bar in Chicago | Architectural Digest

https://flic.kr/p/d71Tsh | Country school interior | Communities formed on the Dakota Prairie. Schools educated the young and provided a gathering place. Country school, ca. 1890.

Country school communities formed on the Dakota Prairie. Schools educated the young and provided a gathering place. Country school, ca.

set of original early 1920's american antique prairie school style chicago bungalow leaded art glass windows with diamond motif - Stained Glass Windows - Products

set of original early american antique prairie school style chicago bungalow leaded art glass windows with diamond motif - Stained Glass Windows - Products

The Larkin Building was designed in 1904 by Frank Lloyd Wright & built in 1906 for the Larkin Soap Company of Buffalo, New York. The five story dark red brick building used pink tinted mortar & utilized steel frame construction. It was noted for many innovations, including air conditioning, stained glass windows, built-in desk furniture, & suspended toilet bowls. Though this was an office building, it still caught the essence of Frank Lloyd Wright's type of architecture.

Larkin Administration Building by Frank Lloyd Wright, Buffalo, 1904 - Demolished 1950

Frank Lloyd Wright, Ward W. Willits House, Highland Park, Illinois, 1901    Dining Room

Ward Willits House Frank Lloyd Wright's Willits House in Highland Park, IL, is said to be the first true Prairie style house. Using wood frame and stucco construction, Wright used a cruciform plan with covered verandas and open terraces.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Laura Gale House returns asking $1.075M - Curbed Chicagoclockmenumore-arrownoyes : The large Prairie School home comes back to the market with a small price reduction

Frank Lloyd Wright's Laura Gale House returns

The large Prairie School home comes back to the market with a small price reduction.

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