Wright Sites: A Guide to Frank Lloyd Wright Public Places

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Arlene Sanderson
Princeton Architctural Press, 1995 - Architecture - 128 pages
Wright Sites, a revised edition of a guidebook first published by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, is a complete catalog of Wright's extant, visitable buildings in the United States, and also includes listings for sites in Asia and Europe. In addition to regional maps and suggested trip itineraries, the guide contains descriptions and visiting information for more than 60 projects.

"Anyone planning a trip ... to look at the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright should acquire this excellent practical guide. Around 400 buildings by Wright survive, and the book includes the 66 accessible to the public.... All are illustrated, with brief descriptions, and with details of access". -- Architects' Journal

"An excellent reference for enriching vacation and professional travel or introducing readers to the extensive array of architecture across the United State". -- Joyce Rasdall, Bowling Green, Kentucky Daily News

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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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