Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns–Part II.

I couldn’t leave this topic alone without including Frank Lloyd Wright, my favorite all-time architect, whose work exemplifies ‘Lines to Patterns.”  These are photos I took at the Frank Lloyd Wright Room at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Looking into room from outside the FLW designed window. Notice the guy on the other side. (funny!).  Lamp designed by FLW.  FLW designed all the furniture that went into his designed houses, and placed it where he thought it should go.
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Window Detail. Is this lines to patterns or what!
Inside FLW room in the American Wing at Met.
Inside FLW room in the American Wing at Met.

10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns–Part II.

    1. The FLW room at the MET was designed over a hundred years ago and it still looks great and modern. After FLW would design a house for a client, he later might send them something like a vase that he thought would look good in it, and then send them the bill for the vase.

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