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Exclusive: Tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s long-lost Canadian pavilion

The Frank Lloyd Wright Revival Institute recently received the green light to rebuild this Prairie-style recreation facility in Banff. While there’s no shortage of homes and projects designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that have been canonized and turned into museums, even one of the most famous architects of the modern era still had a few lost projects slip through the cracks.
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