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Louis Sullivan Sept 3, 1856. An American architect responsible for the modern, steel-framed skyscraper, his designs are characterized by rich ornamentation, plain outer surfaces and cubic forms. His famous motto was form follows function. Frank Lloyd Wright was a student of Sullivan’s before the two quarreled. Born at Boston, MA, Sullivan died Apr 14, 1924, at Chicago, IL.

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