One of the more tragic loses of great American architecture has been definitely the Larkin Company Administration Bundling, which Frank Lloyd Wright designed in the early years of the 20th century in Buffalo NY. The company was founded by Elbert Hubbard, the man who substantiated the concepts of the Arts and Crafts Movement in his Roycrofters workshops. A reformist community of craft workers and artists founded in 1895 in the village of East Aurora, the Roycrofters had become a key engine of the Movement in the US. The visionary Hubbard, who was influenced by the ideas of the British counterpart Movement, commissioned America’s greatest architect to design the five story dark red brick building, noted for its such innovations as air conditioning and built-in desk furniture. It was demolished in 1950.