CityLab senior associate editor Mark Byrnes shares a clever subway map that point the way to Frank Lloyd Wright's many buildings in Chicago.

The diagrams were designed by British cartographer Max Roberts.

Embracing Wright’s love of Arts and Crafts typography and “Tree of Life”stained-glass windows, Roberts has done his best to reimagine the CTA’s ‘L’ diagram true to the architect’s style.

“Of all the cities in America with major rail transit systems, Chicago probably has the strictest grid structure, and the ‘L’ lines reflect that,” says Roberts. “In a way,” he adds, “it reminds me of Frank Lloyd Wright's work, organized and yet never perfectly regular.”

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