The Wright Space

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Thunder Bay Press, 2001 - Architecture - 256 pages
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This richly illustrated volume of designs by the visionary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) focuses on his unique ability to integrate structure and settings in ways that responded to the client's needs, the nature of the site, and the social changes that evolved over his seventy-year career. His respect for natural materials, and his willingness to experiment with machine-age technology, resulted in rare essays in wood, stone, brick, patterned and poured concrete, glass, and other elements combined in harmonious ways to express his elusive ideal: an organic architecture of free-flowing spaces dedicated to common and private use in ways that enhanced individual dignity and harmonious relationships.

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This lavishly illustrated volume of the imaginative interior spaces designed by visionary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright showcases his unique ability to create a building in harmony with its ... Read full review

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Well written, but as Allen Perry noted in his review... the project photos do not line up with the text, which makes one do a lot of page flipping. Hats off to the photographers who captured the spirit of Frank's great designs. Korab, Rocheleau & Ziga Read full review

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Hart is a writer and editor specializing in architectural history.

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