Sort: Rating / Newest / Alphabetical
Explore the unique characteristics of the Prairie style while creating a large-scale cardboard model.
Build / Design / Explore / Interpret / Look
Math / Social Studies / Visual Arts
Share this lesson:
Author: FLWT Education
Push the boundaries of architecture by creating an innovative design and building a 3-D model to scale.
3-5 / 6-8 / 9-12
Math / Science / Visual Arts
Investigate the collaborative works of Wright & Niedecken and design unique furniture pieces.
6-8 / 9-12
Science / Visual Arts
Apply Wright’s concept of Organic Architecture to the creation of a community mural.
Design / Explore / Interpret / Look
Social Studies / Visual Arts
Introduce digital drafting tools like SketchUp while creating Wright inspired art glass designs.
Engage in the architectural practice of model building and gain insight into the design profession.
Explore the influence of Japanese artwork on Wright’s design legacy.
3-5 / 6-8 / 9-12 / K-2
Explore / Interpret / Look
Introduce the concept of rhythm in architecture and
poetry and discover how they are used to shape or inform ideas.
Photography by James Caulfield
Design / Explore / Interpret
Language Arts / Visual Arts
Identify and discuss the shapes found in the design of
Home and Studio. Then use simple geometric shapes to design the front of a home in 2-D with SketchUp or Tinkercad.
Build / Design / Explore / Look
Research and uncover the innovative designs and technology used by Wright and current architects and designers.
Explore / Look
Science / Social Studies / Visual Arts
Examine the use of light and shadows in Wright’s work and relate it to the use of positive and negative space by creating linoleum cut tiles.
Design / Explore / Look
Look at examples of Wright’s designs and explore the relationships between design elements through sketching.
Design / Interpret / Look