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House Exhibit The Windows of the Darwin D Martin house exhibit is a very interesting exhibit It is an exhibit expressing the complexity of the architectural works of Frank Lloyd Wright He was born on June 8th 1867 Mr Wright lived for a period of 91 years In his life time he had many architectural successes Frank Lloyd Wright had built several famous buildings and houses Some of his famous works are world renowned Several of his works were the Larkin company Administration Building located here in Buffalo and the Falling water house Home of Edgar Kaufman in Pennsylvania He also designed one of the most famous museums in New York City The Soloman R Gugenhiem Museum Frank Lloyd Wright used his famous art glass designs on windows doors ceilings lights and lamps They are useful in the artful transformation of the interior space and exterior space in his prairie style homes and buildings in ways that traditional stained glass windows had not accomplished He used a famous design in one of the rooms of the Martin house that was called the Tree of Life These windows had a certain pattern which reflected the shape of a tree The way that the light reflected through them was also very intruiging The exhibition shows the 1st floor plan of the Martin House This house was designed in 1903 The windows in this exhibit were placed and set up at full scale They were placed at the exact height and distance from one another just as they were placed in the actual house I liked the way that some of the windows looked they were carefully built and perfectly hand crafted What didnt appeal to me was the way the exhibit was set up The exhibit couldve been set up in a less confusing manner This attitude towards the exhibit is probably because Im used to going to big museums like the American Museum of Natural
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