Unity Temple
The Unity Temple in Chicago is a Unitarian Universalist church designed by celebrated architect Frank Lloyd Wright, a member of the congregation who lived nearby. Dedicated in 1909, the Unity Temple is one of several structures that earned special recognition from the American Institute of Architects as representative of Wright's contribution to American culture. HistoryAt the turn of the 20th century, Oak Park was a community of about 12,500 residents situated along the streetcar lines west of Chicago. The up-and-coming community had recently won political independence from its neighbors and was open to innovative, daring architecture. Wright had established his…


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