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Weekend inspiration—discover architecturally inspired gingerbread house designs, from Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim Museum and Fallingwater to Zaha Hadid Architects' creation, and Philip Johnson's Glass House!

ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL: Fallingwater is incredible all year long, but in the winter it's absolutely STUNNING! This is one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most widely acclaimed works. It's a National Historic Landmark south of #Pittsburgh . Pic @Fallingwater 

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The last home iconic architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed is located in Phoenix, and it recently sold for $1.627 million.

How does the Frank Lloyd Wright’s design inspire you? It inspires me because the first thing is it is different. Is that good or bad? You look again, it’s not only different, it’s attractive. The museum struck a new note in art presentation.

The Village of Glencoe is trying to determine if a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home can be saved from demolition ... @ChicagoFile 

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Column: With time running out to save a Frank Lloyd Wright cottage in Glencoe, a push is on to move it to another location

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Today marks the 60th anniversary of our Frank Lloyd Wright-designed museum! Since opening on October 21, 1959, the architectural icon has awed and inspired countless visitors. Share your favorite photos and wish the museum a happy birthday using #Guggenheim60 !

Wishing our friends @Guggenheim  a happy 60th birthday! The museum’s Frank Lloyd Wright building opened its doors on October 21, 1959. Did you know that the architect once considered making his spiraled design pink? #guggenheim60 

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Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright covered in snow.

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Happy #Pride  New York City! "Love is the greatest virtue of the heart"—Frank Lloyd Wright 🌈❤️ Photo: #NYCPride 

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Frank Lloyd Wright was born this day in 1867. He designed this window for a child's playroom.

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"You have to go whole heartedly into anything in order to achieve anything worth having." - Frank Lloyd Wright

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Frank Lloyd Wright died 55 years ago, but his legacy lives on in these stunning buildings

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