Summary: Listings and information about Frank Lloyd Wright's
Frederick C. Robie House.
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Building Guide listings for states in the area of the Robie House:
The links on this page were last updated and verified
July 8, 1998.
The Robie House, in the city of Chicago, Illinois,
is one of Frank Lloyd Wright's few most famous buildings,
and his most famous "prairie house".
It was commissioned in 1906 by Frederick C. Robie, a businessman and
inventor with a family.
The house was completed in 1910. It was, as the client wanted: a structure
with overhanging eaves, open rooms, and lots of light. More images and
information can be found in the books and links below. (The image above
is by Kevin Morris)
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