I wonder whether Frank Lloyd Wright, Walter Burley Griffin and the other architects of the Prairie School had any notion that, 100 years later, we’d still be seeing new designs based on their principles. Actually, they probably had every intention of creating an enduring style. According the Prairie School wikipedia definition:
One of the exciting extras that came with the Dream House was the original blueprint. The framed blueprint has been hanging on a wall near the front door when we first viewed the house and we (quite wisely, I think) stipulated that it had to stay with the house as a condition of the sale. I mean, if you’re going to buy a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home, you sure as hell want the blueprint for it! We recently decided to have the blueprint re-framed, affording us the opportunity to photograph it while it was out from under the glass.