“walls, walls, walls … we want: a system of tension in free space. a change of space into urbanism. no foundation, no walls. detachment from the earth, suppression of the static axis. in creating new possibilities for living, a new society is created.” 
When the brilliant and fiery Marion Mahony, the first registered woman architect in the world and the longest serving designer in Frank Lloyd Wright’s practice, married Walter Burley Griffin, it was the beginning of one of the most outstanding artistic collaborations of the 20th century.