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04/09/2014 05:31 pm ET Updated Apr 11, 2014

Frank Lloyd Wright Died 55 Years Ago, But His Legacy Lives On In These Stunning Buildings

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Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright once called his Darwin D. Martin house in Buffalo, N.Y. "the most perfect thing of its kind in the world -- a domestic symphony, true, vital, comfortable," but those words could easily apply to any of the numerous homes Wright created during his prolific career.

Wednesday marks the 55th anniversary of the death of the architecture and design legend, who left behind iconic constructions like The Robie House in Chicago and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. 2014 also marks what the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation calls its "Legacy Year:" the 125th anniversary of the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Wright's longtime residence of Oak Park, Ill.

In honor of the master, HuffPost Home gathered 27 of Wright's most important, beloved and beautiful designs.

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