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Model of the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan

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位于日本东京 (Tokyo) 、构思于1915年的帝国饭店 (Imperial Hotel) 是莱特为最雄伟、优美的企划之一。但直到1920年代早期,莱特总是不引人注目的工作着,意即只有少数人知道他或他的作品。他一直把时间花在设计没人要求他去设计的建筑物上,这些设计大部分都从未兴建。日本的一场大自然运动帮助莱特复苏他的职业;猜猜看,这大自然运动是什么?

The Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan, designed in 1915, was one of Wright's grandest, most elegant projects. But by the early 1920s, Wright was working in obscurity, that is, few people knew of him or his work. He had spent much of his time designing buildings that no one had asked him to design. Many of these designs were never built. An act of nature in Japan helped revive Wright's career. Can you guess what it was?

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