Frank Lloyd Wright's Hardy House
Pomegranate, 2006 - Architecture - 80 pages
Built on a bluff near Racine, Wisconsin in 1906, the Thomas P. Hardy House is one of architect Frank Lloyd Wright's most admired residential buildings. In this volume, photojournalist Hertzberg combines text and pictures in a tour of this unusual home, which has come to be regarded as an icon of modern design. Hertzberg is also the author of Wright
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