Prairie School, a newly opened Chicago bar, was inspired by the work of the acclaimed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Although the architect is best known for the design and construction of skyline-changing buildings such as the Guggenheim, this new bar pays homage to the subtle elements which made the work so unique. Named after the style of design coined by the architect himself, Prairie School boasts a warm and organic aesthetic that's designed to serve as a modern interpretation of Wright's work.
The space's interior is designed with a combination of wood, steel and cement, encouraging a harmonious blend between the natural and artificial materials, with details such barstools fitted with stained glass bases to complete the look.
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