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Regarded as one of the finest examples of Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie School architectural style, the Robie House, with its low-elevation Roman brick exterior and leaded-glass windows, is true to its Midwestern inspiration. The use of beige mortar between the rows of bricks and maroon-colored mortar for the verticals emphasizes the structure's horizontality, giving it a seamless finish that shifts focus from the materials to the striking geometry of the building.
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