UNITY TEMPLE


Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple is an architectural masterpiece, embodying the bold elegance, visionary experimentation, and functional integrity that characterize modern architecture. One of the earliest public buildings in the United States to feature exposed concrete, and the last surviving building from Wright’s Prairie Period, Unity Temple is considered among the most innovative and imaginative structures of the 20th century. Wright described the building as “my contribution to modern architecture.” 

Designation:
National Historic Site (70000240)
Visited: 03/26/2017
LocationMap
Websitewww.utrf.org