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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Madison Unitarian Meeting House transformed American church architecture

Frank Lloyd Wright's Madison Unitarian Meeting House designed in 1946 and completed in 1951
Thomas Wilmer
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March Schweitzer talks about the First Unitarian Society’s Meeting House in Madison, Wisconsin. Designed by parishioner Frank Lloyd Wright in 1946 and completed in 1951, his radical design served to transform 20th Century Church architecture. Schweitzer also talks about Frank Lloyd Wrong—a moniker earned via a heartless side of Wright’s personality.

Madison Unitarian Meeting House front facade
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Madison Unitarian Meeting House front facade
Classic Frank Lloyd Wright elements at Madison Unitarian Meeting House
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Classic Frank Lloyd Wright elements at Madison Unitarian Meeting House
Madison Unitarian Meeting House National Historic Site recognition
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Madison Unitarian Meeting House National Historic Site recognition
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