|Wright donated his design for this school in the town of Wyoming--a school consolidating several one-room schools. It is located a few miles from Wright's summer residence and the home of the Taliesin Fellowship.|
View from the frontThe simple structure is made of concrete blocks, with concrete floors and wood trim. An elongated hexagon in plan, it has a raised roof with clerestory windows. Like Wright's domestic architecture where the hearth represents home, here as well two huge fireplaces dominate the center.
Angled views of the front
A walk around the building
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