The Prairie School of Architecture, a style closely associated with Frank Lloyd Wright is one of the most influential architecture styles of the last 100 years.
Today, Prairie design has adopted a modern approach, creating a hybrid of new and old school design practices. Like the Craftsman style, the simple asymmetric form of Prairie homes allow them to adapt to a site as well as to the functional needs to today’s homeowners.
Contemporary yet traditional and timeless
Extended roof lines
Open interior spaces
Strong base brick or stone
Complementary garden and planter walls
Banks of elongated windows
Blend beautifully with the surrounding landscape
Natural finish wood
Brick & stucco
Rough cut stone