The architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright: a complete catalog

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MIT Press, 1974 - Architecture - 448 pages
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"This updated third edition of William Allin Storrer's classic field guide revisits each of Frank Lloyd Wright's built structures. Renowned expert Storrer traces the architect's development from his Prairie works, such as the Frederick Robie house in Illinois, to the last building constructed to his specifications, the magnificent Aime and Norman Lykes residence in California. The author incorporates a series of key revisions and brings each structure's history up to the present day, as some buildings have been refurbished, some moved, and others sadly abandoned or destroyed by natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina." "Organized chronologically, The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright features full-color photographs of all extant work, complete addresses, GPS coordinates, and maps of locations throughout the United States, England, and Japan."--BOOK JACKET.

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This book is a monumental project aimed at describing, explaining, and evaluating Frank Lloyd Wright's life and work. Wright was both an architect and writer, and Levine (fine arts, Harvard Univ.) has ... Read full review

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