He especially placed a lot of attention to the lighting, heating and climate control of the buildings he designed.
He had this unique way of combining his buildings with the surrounding landscape.
Since he hailed from the flat prairies of the midwest, it would then make sense that he would like using very flat long horizontal lines that resembled the environment where his buildings existed.
He loved space and you can see this in the spacious interiors of his buildings.
Wright also had a deep love and knowledge of nature, probably one of the first to lead the cause for environmentally friendly buildings.
Some of you have a glimpse of your own potential, and it is quite staggering. It is a universal calling, but not everyone will hear the call. This is the universal journey that every human treads on sooner or later..
We prefer to use our own wit just to be safe, to survive. It is not at all easy to achieve a calm, focussed mind. Practising The Infinite Arts can really help you to learn how to focus your mind in a strong but relaxed way.
I must say I love Frank Llyod Wright and his design the same way Meggs does.
On a recent trip to Chicago for business last week, I was reminded of his influence on architecture and design.
Meggs writing that "At the turn of the century he was at the forefront of the emerging modern movement" on page 233 pretty much sums it up!