A Guide to Frank Lloyd Wright Public Places: Wright Sites

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Arlene Sanderson
Princeton Architectural Press, Jun 1, 2001 - Architecture - 143 pages
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As America's most beloved architect, Frank Lloyd Wright's work, life, and legacy, have been the subject of countless exhibitions and publications. Through his poetic treatment of space, plan, light, and materials, Wright revolutionized American architecture. His buildings broke free of the Arts and Crafts movement, establishing him as one of the preeminent modernists of the twentieth century, and continue to thrill a wide-ranging audience of architects and nonarchitects alike.Wright Sites-one of our best-selling titles-is a complete catalog of all of Wright's extant, visitable buildings in the United States. In addition to regional maps and suggested weekend- and day-trip itineraries, this handy-to-use guide contains descriptions and visitation information for more than 60 projects. This new updated and revised edition introduces seven sites that have been made available to the public for the first time.

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This is a current, geographically arranged list of 50 buildings or sites by Wright (1867-1959) open to the public. Each entry gives, as appropriate, street address, telephone, tour schedules and fees ... Read full review

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