Really enjoyed Arch Daily’s revisiting of the Frederick C. Robie House by Frank Lloyd Wright. Built between 1908 and 1910 in Chicago, it remains a brilliant example of Wright’s Prairie Style. Drawing from a number of photographic sources (including Columbia University), the piece highlights the winning balance of public and private spaces in the home.

Well worth checking out.

A few shots of the Robie House after the jump.

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