“Traditional Japanese Art as a Means to Organic Architecture” by Kevin Nute

August 7, 2014
Pritzker Military Library, Chicago

Kevin Nute, Professor of Architecture at the University of Oregon, examines the relationship between the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and the traditional architecture of Japan. Using Wright’s Robie House as the central focus, Nute discusses traditional Japanese pictorial art in the context of Wright’s design philosophy.

This lecture is part of a series on Frank Lloyd Wright’s Origins and Influences presented by the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust.