Garage doors | The architectural influence of Frank Lloyd Wright

Garage doors | The architectural influence of Frank Lloyd Wright | Garaga Skip to main content

Does the name Frank Lloyd Wright ring a bell? He was an American architect (1867-1959) whose ideas of open floor plans and organic architecture have continued to today. At the time, in the early to mid-1900s, he was a pioneer, designing residences with low-pitched roofs, overhanging eaves and long horizontal lines. This style, known as Prairie School, was also characterized by multiple sets of vertical windows to let in lots of natural light with gridlines that mirrored the frames. They were building that blended in with nature, living in harmony with the environment.

Today, we can notice a return to these modern and contemporary designs. How can this be reflected in current garage trends? Here are some photos to show how Wright’s architectural style can be applied to contemporary homes, especially to garages.

The garage doors show in the following photos are GARAGA garage doors.

Which model do you prefer?

Let us know in the comments!

Standard Flush Garaga garage door
Door: Standard+ Color: Moka Brown Model: Flush

 

Standard Moderno Multi Garaga garage door
Door: Standard+ Color: Moka Brown Model: Moderno Multi Windows: Waterton Plastic Inserts

 

Standard Classic XL Garaga garage door
Door: Standard+ Model: Classic XL Color: Black Windows: Cachet

 

Standard Vog Garaga garage door
Door: Standard+ Color: Black Model: Vog

 

California Garaga garage door
Door: California Color: Black Windows: Satin finish, opaque gray

 

California Garaga garage door
Door: California Color: White Windows: Fluted polycarbonate

Does this give you some ideas?

Contact a garage door professional in your area if you have any questions about the garage door models shown. You can also meet them at their showroom. It will be their pleasure to explain the whole range of products they carry and those that fit with the architecture of your house. In addition, you can send them a request for a quotation online.

And lastly, if you are planning on changing your garage door in the near future, why not try use a tool like Garaga’s Design Centre and create exactly the garage door for you. You can also view Garaga’s image gallery.

Source Article

Share:

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on reddit
Reddit
Scroll to Top