弗兰克劳埃德赖特是一位美国建筑师，几乎不可能找到另一位对美国家庭的风格和形式，室内设计和日常生活产生如此影响的建筑师。弗兰克劳埃德赖特远远领先于他的时代。他的房子的设计曾经看起来像是遥远未来的设计，人们往往不理解他的建筑理念。然而，几乎所有现代建筑师都使用他曾经珍视的想法。赖特的风格特点是开放式的，屋顶远离房屋，屋檐和中央烟囱。所有这些都被认为是对维多利亚时代有限的独立式建筑的挑战。此外，他以更线性的方式和玛雅人的建筑的影响开发出“纺织风格”。这也许导致了赖特最着名的风格 – 从大自然中汲取灵感的“有机建筑”。这种风格对日本的建筑有一定的影响。 “有机风格”最终导致了“Yusonic风格”。这篇文章分析了赖特最着名的作品之一Fallingwater house–关于建筑师对形式和光线的选择。
Frank Lloyd Wright is an American architect, and it is hardly possible to find another architect who exerted such an influence on the style and forms of American homes, their interiors and everyday life. Frank Lloyd Wright is far ahead of his era. The design of his houses once seemed like a design for the distant future, and people often did not understand his vision of architecture. However, almost all modern architects use the ideas that he once cherished. Wright’s style is characterized by an open plan, the roof slopes far away from the house, and the eaves and the central chimney. All of it he considered to be a challenge to the limited, detached architecture of the Victorian era. Further, he developed the “Textile style” with an even more linear approach and the influence from the architecture of the Maya. This led to, perhaps, the most famous Wright’s style—the “organic architecture” that draws inspiration from nature. This style has experienced a certain influence on Japanese architecture. “Organic style” eventually led to the “Yusonic style”. This essay analyzes one of Wright’s most famous works—Fallingwater house—regarding the architect’s choice of form and light.