Functionalism (architecture)

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Functionalism is a style of architecture that emphasizes on the ability of movement and facilitating the intended use. Frank Lloyd Wright was an architect who believed in functionalism. His works include the Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Falling Water house in Pennsylvania. Architect Walter Gropius of Germany founded the Bauhaus school based on Wright’s work.

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