Of the various structures that Frank Lloyd Wright planned around Chicago, none is more popular or compelling than Robie House. Since its even lines took after the level scene of the Midwestern grassland, the style got known as the Prairie style. Inside are 174 recolored glass windows and entryways, which you’ll see on the hour-long visits (recurrence shifts via season, yet there’s generally, in any event, one visit for each hour). Advance tickets are energetically suggested.
Broad work has been finished reestablishing the inside to Wright’s unique vision. The hues, mortar and wood in the parlor, front section lobby, primary flight of stairs, upper corridor, and pool room currently coordinate what the planner imagined at the beginning.