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Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust
The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust engages the public in educational and aesthetic experiences to foster an appreciation of architecture, design and the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright. Founded in 1974, the organization operates two museum sites, Wright's remarkable Home and Studio in Oak Park, Illinois and his renowned masterpiece, the Frederick C. Robie House in Chicago, Illinois.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation was established in 1940 as the repository of the life work of Frank Lloyd Wright. The Foundation seeks to preserve and enhance the lifetime contributions and ideas of Frank Lloyd Wright and to make available to the public opportunities to study and experience his organic architecture.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
One of the most important buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright's late career was the Guggenheim Museum, completed in 1959 and located on Fifth Avenue in New York City. Designed to showcase one of the most important collections of early twentieth century art, Wright sought "to make the building and the painting an uninterrupted, beautiful symphony such as never existed in the World of Art before."
Fallingwater (Edgar J. Kaufmann Residence)
Fallingwater is universally recognized as one of Wright's most acclaimed works and many consider it to be the best example of American residential architecture. When Wright designed the building in 1935 as a vacation home for the Kaufmann family, he took full advantage of the family's love for a waterfall on their property at Bear Run, Pennsylvania. At Fallingwater visitors can view the Wright-designed building and furnishings and the Kaufmann family's extensive art collection in its original setting.