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The Rise of Frank Lloyd Wright
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The End of Frank Lloyd Wright
At a young age, Wright was doted on by his mother and his mother made sure to boost his ego as much as she could. His father never really was a positive factor in his life and so that could have also been something that lead to Wright's narcissistic personality disorder. Young Frank turned to his mother for solace. His mother and father always fought and but he had always seen his mother as the protagonist and his father as the bad guy. In fact Anne had such an impact on his life that she was the one who convinced him to pursue architecture.
Wright often envisioned that he was above others and despite all of the criticism he received for his buildings he thought that they were just "jealous." Many experts now believe that he had this mindset because he was self reliant on his mother's praise and he never got to really develop any personal self esteem. His buildings grew more and more popular but the reality of that was that he never took care of his financial state. He always blew his account and would never take his clients' requests into consideration. Many realized that but they didn't care because his buildings were supposedly beautiful and he was a charming man so he always got what he wanted.
Wright spent the final years of his life overseeing the Guggenheim in New York City. The Guggenheim was one of Wright's most iconic achievements and it would take 16 years to build. Just six months before it would be open, Wright died at the age of 91 in a Phoenix hospital. It's impossible to take away Wright the architect from Wright the boy, the father, the narcissist, and the visionary. He created a towering legacy that lives on in the breathtaking structures he created.