Organic Architecture - definition of architectural style
What is Organic Architecture?
Estimated period of occurence (1930 - 1940)
Architecture style which promotes harmony between human habitat and the natural world. Drift of rationalism (and in turn of modernism), was promoted by Frank Lloyd Wright during the decade of the 30's. While accepting assumptions of rationalism, the fact is that their shapes are much more complex in that they have to include human constructions in natural forms.