Louis Sullivan: An Architectural Innovator [Hybrid]

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Recognized as one of the most important architects in American history, Louis H. Sullivan was among the first to discuss how architecture needs to respond to an increasingly innovative world. Timothy Wittman, architectural historian with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, examines Sullivan's approach to solving design issues, and how this profound concept not only informed his work, they formed the foundation of the work of his followers: the Prairie School and Frank Lloyd Wright. 

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