Frank Lloyd Wright designed more than a thousand buildings in his 70-year career. About 500 of them were built, but Wright also “lost” several of his works, including the majestic Larkin Administration Building in Buffalo (1906–1950) and the Banff National Park Pavilion (designed by Wright and his student Francis Conroy Sullivan) for a site in the Canadian Rockies.
Completed in 1914, the pavilion was demolished in 1939 after suffering severe flood damage.
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