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Prairie style house plans are said to be the first original, uniquely American architectural style and were characterized as a type of bungalow indigenous to the Midwest. This, at the time, new form of architecture with its pronounced rooflines and low to the ground proportions were a natural extension of the sparse beauty of the prairie lifestyle. It was one of the few architectural styles not imported from Europe or otherwise and much of its success can be contributed to Frank Lloyd Wright. A master visionary and architect, F. L. Wright, relied on strong horizontal lines, earthy materials and organic interaction with the native landscape, which was then incorporated into the exterior spirit of the home. This sensitivity to the home’s surrounding environment gave Prairie style homes the appearance of emerging from the ground and belonging to the neighboring scenery. Read More

 
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