THE TIMELESS STRUCTURES OF FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT: AN EXHIBITION OF A VISIONARY
Saturday, April 1, 1995
One of the greatest architects and design pioneers of the twentieth century, Frank Lloyd Wright described his organic architecture as that which "proceeds, persists, creates, according to the nature of man and his circumstances as they both change." Thus timeless yet inimitable, every structure he created was informed by a conviction that skillful, beautiful design makes a difference in the lives of those who experience it.

Having begun his work in Chicago, it was appropriate to honor his legacy and his commitment to forward-thinking design with an exhibition at Luminaire's Chicago showroom. While viewing his vision first hand, guests connected with one another in impassioned dialogue that illuminated why his designs live through time and continue to speak to people from all backgrounds.