(1867–1959), US architect. His “prairie-style” houses, characterized by a close relationship among building, landscape, and materials used, revolutionized domestic architecture in the US. Notable buildings include the Kaufmann House, which incorporated a waterfall, in Pennsylvania 1935–39 and the Guggenheim Museum of Art in New York 1956–59.
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