A new exhibit at the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed SC Johnson campus in Racine, Wis., showcases the architect’s early 20th-century Prairie-style designs and is the inaugural display at The Gallery: At Home with Frank Lloyd Wright—a partnership between the corporation and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. The free gallery explores Wright’s impact on the American home through a selection of artifacts and images that define his best-known design styles. The first installation spotlights the architect’s focus on humans’ connectedness with nature, which yielded an array of Prairie-style homes from 1899 to 1909 and helped position Wright as a phenomenon in the architecture world. Visitors to the exhibit can learn about the architectural markings that signify the interiors and exterior of Prairie-style construction while viewing images and artifacts from those homes. The exhibit is co-curated by Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, now a Wright historian who came to the well-known Taliesin Fellowship in 1949, where he worked with Wright. SC Johnson also offers tours of Wright-designed buildings on its campus.