Prompt

Prompt: Share an essay on any topic of your choice. It can be one you've already written, one
that responds to a different prompt, or one of your own design.Share an essay on any topic of
your choice. It can be one you've already written, one that responds to a different prompt, or one
of your own design.
Max word count:500
My word count :404

Frank Lloyd Wright has been called “one of the greatest American architect as well as an Art
dealer that produced a numerous buildings, including houses, resorts, gardens, office buildings,
churches, banks and museums. Wright was the first architect that pursues a philosophy of truly
organic architecture. He was also one of the most influential architects on 20th century in
America, Wright is idealist with the use of elemental theme and nature materials (stone, wood,
and water), the use of sky and prairie, as well as the use of geometrical lines in his buildings
planning. ?One building I can talk about is the Falling Waters. It's such a famous house that
everyone across the world knows it. The Falling Waters incorporates nature in its design which I
love so much. The design of the house is so eco friendly that the house itself makes it so unique.
Fallingwater is one of Wright's most widely acclaimed works and best exemplifies his
philosophy of organic architecture: the harmonies union of art and nature. Frank Lloyd wanted to
create a residence but also wanted to create a house where the family wanted to be connected to
nature. Fallingwater is the only major work to come into the pubic domain with its setting
original furnishing and artwork intact. At the end of the day there is so much history in
architecture that you can never get enough of the history and the beautiful buildings. Even if you
don't like architecture there is something with construction which you will like I promise you.
Everyone wonders how buildings and rooms were made. If you don't wonder you're not curious
enough. When you look at the building it is not just about how nice and how fancy it looks but it
is also about the thought behind the building. I will leave you with this, ” It is not the beauty of a
building you should look at; it’s the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of
time”- by julia Morgan.

Architecture. Architecture is the art or practice of designing and constructing buildings. That
seems fun to do right? I can always lose track of time form just designing floor plans. It is always
so interesting to find different houses with different features. Some examples are some houses
may have big layout or maybe it ha hidden doors. I love the imagine the endless possibilities of
different styles. When I design the floor plans it is almost like my own floor plan are coming to
life. There is so much trill to looking at homes and seeing where different people live. One
building I can talk about is the Falling waters. It's such a famous house that everyone across the
world knows it. The Falling Waters incorporates nature in its design which I love so much. The
design of the house is so eco friendly that the house itself makes it so unique. Fallingwater is one
of Wright's most widely acclaimed works and best exemplifies his philosophy of organic
architecture: the harmonies union of art and nature. Frank Lloyd wanted to create a residence but
also wanted to create a house where the family wanted to be connected to nature. Fallingwater is
the only major work to come into the pubic domain with its setting original furnishing and
artwork intact. At the end of the day there is so much history in architecture that you can never
get enough of the history and the beautiful buildings. Even if you don't like architecture there is
something with construction which you will like I promise you. Everyone wonders how
buildings and rooms were made. If you don't wonder you're not curious enough. When you look
at the building it is not just about how nice and how fancy it looks but it is also about the thought
behind the building. I will leave you with this, ” It is not the beauty of a building you should look
at; it’s the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time”- by julia Morgan.