Quite possibly the most well-loved architect of our time, Frank Lloyd Wright was known for his “organic” architecture that harmonized with its surroundings (See the AD Classic: Fallingwater House). He would have turned 145 today.
So it seems fitting that the masters of harmony themselves, Simon and Garfunkel, eulogized the eternal Wright in song. In their words:
Architects may come and Architects may go and Never change your point of view. When I run dry I stop awhile and think of you
So long, Frank Lloyd Wright All of the nights we’d harmonize till dawn. I never laughed so long So long So long.
So long, Frank.