It is always on the list of America’s most important buildings, the Unity Temple, which Frank Lloyd Wright designed for a Unitarian congregation in 1905, located in his hometown Oak Park. Now the Temple was completed on Wright’s 38th birthday and has been in a desperate need for a face-lift is undergoing an extensive restoration that will bring it to its original beauty. The Unity Temple marked a turning point in Wright’s career, as he stated that it was here, that he realized for the first time that the real heart of a building is not the walls, but its space. It was also here that he abandoned the principles of his early architecture and moved to a modernist aesthetic. He not only made the most out of the space, but also brought a poetic meaning to the concept of "Unity" when fusing together space, experience and the material world. The common meeting area has become legendary.