As unique as they come, these precast concrete designs by Frank Lloyd Wright envelop the exterior of the four houses he had recently built. Wright is attempting to rebuild a trend that was followed numerous years ago.
Although they are not the most aesthetically pleasing exteriors, these interesting Frank Lloyd Wright creations can be disassembled and rebuilt easily due to their exposed concrete blocks and their connections.
Implications - Designers often turn towards innovations of the past for inspiration. By taking a common practice from the past and modernizing it, designers are giving consumers something novel yet familiar. Corporations looking to reinvigorate interest in their product lines can similarly borrow design elements from products which are decades or centuries old.