Prairie style


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Prairie style

n.
1. The architectural style of the Prairie School.
2. A style of decorative arts associated with this school, characterized especially by strong horizontal and vertical elements.
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It will begin with a foundation slab in place and end with all interior walls framed and the Prairie Style exterior nearly completed.
These dancers have made a conscious effort to coordinate prairie style dance outfits.
She holds increasing renown over the years as a talented stylist who often creates prairie style editorial for dozens of other publications.
These individuals created the Prairie style (Wright), advanced the Arts & Crafts movement (Maybeck).
ARCHITECTURAL STYLES: 1920s bungalows and Florida Cracker cottages in the River District surrounding 26th Street; authentic Spanish-style homes; mid-century ranch homes; Prairie style, Key West style and a few Southern-style brick homes; and estate-size properties right along the river
The interior design of the space is inspired by the Prairie Style of the nearby Frank Lloyd Wright house in Oberlin.
Stewart house, then being offered for sale by its third owner, was a soaring redwood structure built in 1909, the only example of Wright's Prairie style west of the Rockies.
His residential efforts start with his Prairie style, exemplified by interconnected rooms, cantilevered roof and terraces linking indoors and out.
His house on Cherry Street was built in 1907 in the Prairie style made famous by Frank Lloyd Wright.
These dwellings range from tiny prefabricated units to a 25,000-square-foot mansion that re-imagines Frank Lloyd Wright's classic prairie style on a massive scale.