V. C. Morris Shop (formerly)

Frank Lloyd Wright
1948



This small commercial building uses a "Syrian" arch at the entrance, much like the entrances of some of Richardson's buildings. (See the Glessner House, for example.) The curving ramp of the interior is usually regarded as a precedent for the later Guggenheim Museum in New York City.

 


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