American School style

American School style

(1940–1959)
This style, characterized by the later work of Frank Lloyd Wright and the early work of Bruce Goff, represents the association of organic principles, such as relationship of the part to the whole, self-sufficiency, rejection of tradition, freedom of expression, and passion for the land.
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