Although we're long time Frank Lloyd Wright fans, we weren't familiar with his Florida Southern college work and expected to only see a couple buildings by him. Essentially the whole campus is a Wright work. It's interesting to wander the grounds and see how he used the landscape to advantage in designing the buildings. Each is its own work of art, but all repeat varieties of the same geometric designs. We arrived late in the day, didn't go on one of the tours, so didn't get all the details about living or working in a sculpture. My impression was that like other Wright works, the cost of his creativity can be high maintenance. The 60 and more years age of these structures is showing in many places, but so is the effort to restore them. It's worth visiting & I particularly recommend that you see the chapel building.