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One of Wright's most famous works is "Robie House." Wright designed this house at age 42. In Robie House (1909) -- Wright's best example of the American architectural style -- the Prairie Style -- Wright laid bare the essence of American Unitarianism. What the Prairie Style lacked in ornament, it made up for in horizontality. This type of architecture was an expression of his spirituality and philosophy: form was following function. It attempts to resemble the Midwestern landscape surrounding it.
By his 40s, Wright had fallen in love with another woman, the wife of a client. With this woman, Mamah Borthwick Cheney, Wright, however, fled to Europe leaving both his and her children behind. The two spent nearly two years in Europe, living in Italy, where Wright continued to do his work.
The two returned to America