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5757UNCOMMON PLACES: THE ARCHITECTURE OF FRANK LLOYD WRIGHTUNCOMMON PLACES: THE ARCHITECTURE OF FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT1985color58 minvhs Frank Lloyd Wright grew up in the low green hill country of Wisconsin. He used his love of nature as an important factor in his tranquil designs. His "small integrated universe" is shown by examples of his best-known buildings: Falling Water--a place where man and nature interlock, The Dana House--a perfectly preserved masterpiece of prairie architecture, Unity Temple--a structure where walls seem to disappear, and Taliesen--one of Wright's best-known and most beautiful creations. Includes interviews with his widow and many people who were a part of his life provide an account of his ardent supporters and vehement critics.