Fay Jones: the architecture of E. Fay Jones, FAIA
American Institute of Architects Gold Medalist E. Fay Jones is one of the most respected, admired, & honored architects in practice today. Frank Lloyd Wright's principles of organic architecture have inspired his work, but Jones has created his own order & point of view. The first book to examine Jones' work, this publication presents his houses & chapels, from earlier projects through the present. His chapels have established Fay Jones as a unique talent.
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