Kaufmann House, interior: living room at night
One of the concerns in Wright's houses was that they harmonize with their surroundings, and that the interiors have a flow and organization logical to the function of each room. Wright designed much of the furniture which went into his houses, including built-in furniture such as is seen in this living room. The low, bench-like sofas which are attached to the walls were meant to give the room an open, airy feeling which would not interfere with the sense of interior/exterior flow.
Artform: ARCHITECTURE, 19th, 20th and 21st Centuries
Artist: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Artist Dates: 1867-1959
Country/Culture: United States
Period: 20th century
Subject: Multiple story house
Museum: © Thomas A. Heinz
City/Location: BEAR RUN, PA
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