Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House
Donald Hoffmann, noted Wright scholar and architectural critic, draws on a wealth of primary documents and his own direct observation to re-create the not only the turbulent history behind the house but to invite a true appreciation of its myriad aesthetic and architectural satisfactions. Arising in solitary splendor on a hillside in Hollywood, the building reminds some of a Maya temple; to others it suggests a miniature palace of an ancient civilization. Wright called it his 'California Romanza.'"
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Architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright
Hoffmann, Donald, "Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House" (1992). Frank Lloyd Wright Book Collection. 146.