The Genius and his Victory

During my recent business trip to the Metropolitan Museum of  Art in New York I had the pleasure of admiring the reconstruction of the House Francis W. Little living room in Wayzata, Minnesota by the american architect Frank Lloyd Wright (June 8, 1867 – April 9, 1959). The ‘genius’ of the early twentieth century american architecture has always inspired me andaccompanied with him in his poetic visions of the man in relation to the space
In according to his concept of Organic Architecture‘  in which the building, interior furnishingsand furniture are closely related, Wright often used to place a plaster cast of the Nike of Samothrace in a space of the living area.  
As a reference icon to classicism from which each new sign and new thoughts are born. The choice of the famous Winged Victory was not casual, but as a contrast elements, it was inserted with its elegance into the airy and rigorous spaces.

Respect the masterpiece. It is true reverence to man. There is no quality so great, none so much needed now.
(Frank Lloyd Wright)