Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma as the headquarters for Harold C. Price of the H.C Price Company. The style of architecture Frank implied in this build is deconstructionism and Gothic Revival architecture. This building is also known to be Frank’s only skyscraper because throughout his career as an architect he did not build any other skyscraper other than the Price Tower
Wright gave this tower a nickname which is ” the tree that escaped the crowded forest” because the motif of this building was to build with a concept of a tree. The use of copper which gave a greenish look to the exterior and also elements of trees can be seen in every floor of the building.