Louis Sullivan, in full Louis Henry Sullivan, (born September 3, 1856, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.—died April 14, 1924, Chicago, Illinois), American architect, regarded as the spiritual father of modern American architecture and identified with the aesthetics of early skyscraper design.
Who started modern architecture?
Modernism first emerged in the early twentieth century, and by the 1920s, the prominent figures of the movement – Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe – had established their reputations.
What is Frank Lloyd Wright’s style of architecture?
In 1893, Frank Lloyd Wright founded his architectural practice in Oak Park, a quiet, semi-rural village on the Western edges of Chicago. It was at his Oak Park Studio during the first decade of the twentieth century that Wright pioneered a bold new approach to domestic architecture, the Prairie style.
Are architects rich?
Technically, at least in the US, architects are “rich.” An upper-level manager, a partner or a principal generally make more than about 95-98% of the U.S. It’s also sort of the same way how people believe those working in the tech industry or engineering believe them to be well off.