It’s undeniable, the massive influence that architect Frank Lloyd Wright has had on the world. To commemorate his contributions to architecture and design, there’s been an extended celebration of his 150th birthday at renowned institutions like the MoMA. But if you'd like a more hands-on approach to appreciate the scope of his work, you now have the chance to construct some of Wright's most iconic buildings.
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