Definition of Wright, Frank Lloyd in English:

Wright, Frank Lloyd

proper noun

  • (1867–1959), American architect. His ‘prairie-style’ houses revolutionized American domestic architecture. Notable buildings include the Kaufmann House, which incorporated a waterfall, in Pennsylvania (1935–9) and the Guggenheim Museum of Art in New York (1956–9).

Pronunciation:

Wright, Frank Lloyd

/rʌɪt/