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BROADACRE CITY
FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT‘S UNBUILT
SUBURBAN UTOPIA.
FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT
• Frank Lloyd Wright (June 8, 1867 – April 9,
1959) was an American architect, designer,
writer, and educator. He designed more than
1,000 structures over a creative period of 70
years.
• Wrightt believed in designing in harmony
with humanity and its environment, a
philosophy he called organic architecture.
• This philosophy was best exemplified
by Fallingwater (1935), which has been
called the best all-time work of American
architecture. As a founder of organic
architecture, Wright played a key role in the
architectural movements of the twentieth
century, influencing three generations of
architects worldwide through his works.
BROADACRE CITY
• Broadacre City was the antithesis of a city and
the apotheosis of the newly born suburbia, shaped
through Wright's particular vision.
• Each U.S. family would be given a one-acre (0.40-
hectare) plot of land from the federal lands
reserves, and a Wright-conceived community
would be built anew from this.
• There is a train station and a few office
and apartment buildings in Broadacre City.
All important transport is done
by automobile, and the pedestrian can
exist safely only within the confines of the
one-acre (0.40-hectare) plots where most
of the population dwells.
• Broadacre City was an urban or
suburban development concept
proposed by Frank Lloyd
wright throughout most of his lifetime.
• He presented the idea in his book The
Disappearing City in 1932.
• A few years later he unveiled a very
detailed twelve-by-twelve-foot (3.7 ×
3.7 m) scale model representing a
hypothetical four-square-mile (10 km²)
community.
2 SQUARE MILE PLAN:
CITY CENTRAL PLAN:
QUADRUPLE HOUSING
EXTERIOR PLAN QUADRUPLE HOUSING PLAN
QUADRUPLE HOUSING PLAN:
PLAN AND SECTION OF THE
MINOR HIGHWAY.
MODEL OF THE OVERPASS.
HIGHWAY AND OVERPASS PLAN:
• COMMUNITY CENTRE • SCHOOLS • MARKET PLACE
• OVERHEAD SERVICE STATION
VISION OF THE BROADACRE CITY
• Some factors Wright wanted to have integrated into
his design for the broadacre city were:
• Individuality, being that Wright believed in every man’s
wright to be his own capitalist. He proposed that each U.S
family of 2 be allocated an acre where they can have their
gardens, farms and can provide for themselves.
• Decentralization, Wright embraced decentralisation by
focusingg on architectural forms that made not much
sense in urban scale but fit in with his indealised and
undevelopled surroundings.
• Automobiles were becoming affordable for the middle
class due to the mass production of Ford cars, and the
automobile fascinated Wright and he believed it to be
the key to close the gap in distance which eventually
would lead to people not having to live in centralised
cities. He was also fascinated with planes and can be
seen
in the visuals produced for Broadacre city.
DESIGNING THE BROADACRE CITY
• Broadacre City was designed to be a Continuous Urban area with a low population
Density and services grouped depending on the type. The city had a futuristic highway
And airfields in an effort to Help curb traffic.
• The highways connecting different Cities were gigantic with detailed Design and
landscaping.
• They were public service stations and comfortable vehicles with the city divided into
various units.
• They were farm units, factory units, Roadside markets, leisure areas, schools and living
spaces.
• Each living unit was given an acre to decorate and nurture, all the units were organised
Such that individuals Would get any service or commodity they needed within a Radius
of one hundred and fifty miles Accessible by road or air to make decentralized and
sustainable.
Broadacre city
Broadacre city
Broadacre city
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
• each family is give one acre (4.000 m2) of land on which to build a house and grow food. The city was considered to be
(almost) fully self-sufficient. “more light, more freedom of movement and a more general spatial freedom in the ideal
establishment of what we call civilization.”
• No traffic, prohibited street vehicles, No headlights or street poles, no light fixtures or railroads.
• No glaring cement or walks, no slums, wires or ditches.
• No private ownership of public needs , no landlord and no
Tenants.
• Wright envisioned his designed city as a form of freedom to people. According to him, normal
cities did not offer enough movement and democratic values to citizens. Modern Cities were
overcrowded, and people did not get enough fresh air and natural light.
ASPECTS OF BROADCARE CITY THAT
BECAME REALITY
• Prevalance of urban sprawl.
• modern Suburbia May have many differences with Broadacre, but there
are similarities such as Single family homes on larger Parcels of land
with smaller roads connecting to larger roads connecting to freeways.
• Introduction to beautification and monumental grandeur in cities.
• Being able to own a land, build a house.
• City plan.
FAILURES AND DISADVANTAGES
• To real to be utopian and too dreamlike to be
of practical importance.
• Demands motor transportation for even the
most casual or ephemeral meetings.
• Didn’t see the large increase in population
through years, increase in fuel prices and
environmental repercussions.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH
PRESENTED BY – SHWETA NAMALA (318106101025).
SIVANGI PRAVIN (318106101038).

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Broadacre city

  • 1. BROADACRE CITY FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT‘S UNBUILT SUBURBAN UTOPIA.
  • 2. FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT • Frank Lloyd Wright (June 8, 1867 – April 9, 1959) was an American architect, designer, writer, and educator. He designed more than 1,000 structures over a creative period of 70 years. • Wrightt believed in designing in harmony with humanity and its environment, a philosophy he called organic architecture. • This philosophy was best exemplified by Fallingwater (1935), which has been called the best all-time work of American architecture. As a founder of organic architecture, Wright played a key role in the architectural movements of the twentieth century, influencing three generations of architects worldwide through his works.
  • 3. BROADACRE CITY • Broadacre City was the antithesis of a city and the apotheosis of the newly born suburbia, shaped through Wright's particular vision. • Each U.S. family would be given a one-acre (0.40- hectare) plot of land from the federal lands reserves, and a Wright-conceived community would be built anew from this. • There is a train station and a few office and apartment buildings in Broadacre City. All important transport is done by automobile, and the pedestrian can exist safely only within the confines of the one-acre (0.40-hectare) plots where most of the population dwells.
  • 4. • Broadacre City was an urban or suburban development concept proposed by Frank Lloyd wright throughout most of his lifetime. • He presented the idea in his book The Disappearing City in 1932. • A few years later he unveiled a very detailed twelve-by-twelve-foot (3.7 × 3.7 m) scale model representing a hypothetical four-square-mile (10 km²) community.
  • 7. QUADRUPLE HOUSING EXTERIOR PLAN QUADRUPLE HOUSING PLAN QUADRUPLE HOUSING PLAN:
  • 8. PLAN AND SECTION OF THE MINOR HIGHWAY. MODEL OF THE OVERPASS. HIGHWAY AND OVERPASS PLAN:
  • 9. • COMMUNITY CENTRE • SCHOOLS • MARKET PLACE
  • 11. VISION OF THE BROADACRE CITY • Some factors Wright wanted to have integrated into his design for the broadacre city were: • Individuality, being that Wright believed in every man’s wright to be his own capitalist. He proposed that each U.S family of 2 be allocated an acre where they can have their gardens, farms and can provide for themselves. • Decentralization, Wright embraced decentralisation by focusingg on architectural forms that made not much sense in urban scale but fit in with his indealised and undevelopled surroundings. • Automobiles were becoming affordable for the middle class due to the mass production of Ford cars, and the automobile fascinated Wright and he believed it to be the key to close the gap in distance which eventually would lead to people not having to live in centralised cities. He was also fascinated with planes and can be seen in the visuals produced for Broadacre city.
  • 12. DESIGNING THE BROADACRE CITY • Broadacre City was designed to be a Continuous Urban area with a low population Density and services grouped depending on the type. The city had a futuristic highway And airfields in an effort to Help curb traffic. • The highways connecting different Cities were gigantic with detailed Design and landscaping. • They were public service stations and comfortable vehicles with the city divided into various units. • They were farm units, factory units, Roadside markets, leisure areas, schools and living spaces. • Each living unit was given an acre to decorate and nurture, all the units were organised Such that individuals Would get any service or commodity they needed within a Radius of one hundred and fifty miles Accessible by road or air to make decentralized and sustainable.
  • 16. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES • each family is give one acre (4.000 m2) of land on which to build a house and grow food. The city was considered to be (almost) fully self-sufficient. “more light, more freedom of movement and a more general spatial freedom in the ideal establishment of what we call civilization.” • No traffic, prohibited street vehicles, No headlights or street poles, no light fixtures or railroads. • No glaring cement or walks, no slums, wires or ditches. • No private ownership of public needs , no landlord and no Tenants. • Wright envisioned his designed city as a form of freedom to people. According to him, normal cities did not offer enough movement and democratic values to citizens. Modern Cities were overcrowded, and people did not get enough fresh air and natural light.
  • 17. ASPECTS OF BROADCARE CITY THAT BECAME REALITY • Prevalance of urban sprawl. • modern Suburbia May have many differences with Broadacre, but there are similarities such as Single family homes on larger Parcels of land with smaller roads connecting to larger roads connecting to freeways. • Introduction to beautification and monumental grandeur in cities. • Being able to own a land, build a house. • City plan.
  • 18. FAILURES AND DISADVANTAGES • To real to be utopian and too dreamlike to be of practical importance. • Demands motor transportation for even the most casual or ephemeral meetings. • Didn’t see the large increase in population through years, increase in fuel prices and environmental repercussions.
  • 19. THANK YOU VERY MUCH PRESENTED BY – SHWETA NAMALA (318106101025). SIVANGI PRAVIN (318106101038).