Frank Lloyd Wright's Public Buildings

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Pomegranate, 1996 - Architecture - 57 pages
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Renowned as an architect of houses, Frank Lloyd Wright also created revolutionary designs for offices, theaters, schools, churches, and other public buildings. Frank Lloyd Wright's Public Buildings surveys the broad range of the architect's nonresidential work and features some of Wright's best-loved structures.The Wright-at-a-Glance series showcases the work of one of the world's best-known architects. Comprising twelve books in all, this series offers an overview of Wright's life, buildings, and designs.

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About the author (1996)

Carla Lind, author of "Lost Wright" and the Wright at a Glance series, has worked to preserve Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings for more than two decades. She has directed the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation and the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy as well as the restoration of Wright's May house in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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