Frank Lloyd Wright Field Guide: Includes All United States and International Sites, Volume 2

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Northwestern University Press, 2005 - Architecture - 528 pages
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Field Guide provides the first complete visitors' guide to all of Wright's buildings in the United States and around the world. This new, single-volume edition is written and compiled by architect and Frank Lloyd Wright expert Thomas A. Heinz, AIA. In a highly readable and informative style, Heinz presents each building page by page, providing brief histories and background details, information on accessibility and viewing, and driving directions. Every entry is accompanied by a photograph and location map. Buildings are arranged geographically. A cross-referenced index enables each building to be easily accessed by location or client or building name.

" Complete listing of nearly 500 buildings worldwide
" Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates given for each building
" Easy-to-read, easy-to-carry, lightweight
" Comprehensive volume which combines a completely new eastern region section with updated sections from the original, three-volume field guides

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Thomas A. Heinz is a Chicago-based architect, photographer, and writer. He practices architecture throughout the United States. His company, Heinz & Co. manufactures furniture reproductions of Frank Lloyd Wright designs. Heinz is the author of numerous articles and books on the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, including Frank Lloyd Wright Glass Art (Academy Editions, 1994), and The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright (MIT Press, 1982). He lives in Mettawa (Libertyville), Illinois.

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