Walter Burley Griffin in America

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University of Illinois Press, Nov 1, 2000 - Architecture - 180 pages
"Walter Burley Griffin in America provides a detailed look at the work of one of the most original architects the United States has produced. This beautiful volume features nearly 200 photographs of Walter Burley Griffin's structures and landscapes, as well as a chronological catalog of standing buildings, a list of demolished works, a location guide, and a selected bibliography. The book is further enhanced by Mati Maldre's discussion of his techniques and objectives in photographing Griffin's work and Paul Kruty's essay putting Griffin forward as the third great member, after Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright, of the Prairie School of architecture."

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Contents

The Photographic Documentation of Walter Burley Griffins American Work
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An Architect of Americas Middle West
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List of Standing Buildings and Selected Landscapes by Place
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