A few days ago, UNESCO suddenly announced to add two more buildings to the list of world cultural heritage. One of them is the 20th-century architecture built by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
This work includes 8 buildings in the US, designed in the first half of the 20th century. These include Fallingwater (Mill Run, Pennsylvania), Herbert and Katherine Jacobs House (Madison, Wisconsin), Guggenheim museum (New York). . These buildings reflect the concept of "ogarnic architecture" developed by Wright, including open bulkhead design, blurring the boundary between interior and exterior, using unmatched materials. There are like steel and concrete.
Guggenheim Museum (New York)
Fallingwater Architecture (Mill Run, Pennsylvania)
Each building offers new solutions to cater to housing, worship, work or entertainment needs. Since the 20th century, Wright's work has strongly influenced the development of modern architecture in Europe.
Currently, the 43rd session of the World Heritage Committee will take place until July 10.
Source: twitter, unesco