Harold C. Bradley House: Examples of Prairie Architecture

Harold C. Bradley House: Examples of Prairie Architecture

Following in Frank Lloyd Wright's footsteps, other architects began building homes in the Prairie style. The Harold C. Bradley House, located in Madison, Wis., was designed by Louis H. Sullivan and George Grant Elmslie in 1909. The Prairie School influence can be seen in the home's rows of windows and use of natural materials.

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