Prairie Style

The Prairie School was a movement of design and architecture that occurred in the late 19th century through the early part of the 20th century. Most common to the Midwestern United States the style was illustrated with horizontal lines, flat roofs and broad overhanging eaves. The Prairie School’s most notable voice was the architect, Frank Lloyd Wright who proposed an open and organic architecture that celebrated the harmony between people and their living environments. The Prairie Style by Ironhaus reflects this clean, organic approach to design and styling and will complement your Wright inspired home, Prairie or Ranch home, or will add a simple, elegant and classic American styling to your Contemporary, or Modern urban dwelling.