Frank Lloyd Wright was the best known architect of American background. He initiated the concept of Prairie style houses in 20th century. His main aim was to design organic architectures with the designs giving large spaces for rooms, irrespective of the show off. It focuses on usage more than appearance. The interior structures are focused on being cozy and giving relaxation for the people living in it. It has all the inclusions of American Midwest area.
Prairie style is affordable and the houses are located in sub-urban areas to get more spaciousness. It is meant for the people looking for big houses to distress their body and minds. The houses are longer than being taller and designs are linear in shape. The roofs have low pitching and there are overhanging spaces meant for offering deep structures. The shapes are geometric with simple designs giving high utility.
Prairie style has light and airy designs to bring natural light to home. It has a common room on the ground floor, which is the primary element of the structure. The outside ornamentation has wooden or glass structures. The colors used in the house are natural: brown woody tones, rust, green and similar structures. Prairie design includes organic texture of walls and it includes the common materials with fine structure.
The overall look of Prairie structure is simple, utility based and natural in the possible aspects. It is based on the unity of family and brings together the elements of family life by centered living area to sit and relax for everyone. Wright made the floor plans of the Prairie houses as fully functional and it provides maximum livability of people having different outlooks towards life. These house plans have blended environmental and sustainable materials. Prairie style gives great options for the people to bring together the people in the family and is followed again because of the elements bringing everyone in one area.