Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect
From the turn of the century until his death in 1959, Frank Lloyd Wright produced an almost uninterrupted stream of projects that redefined the American architectural vision. The most comprehensive summary and appraisal of Wright's achievement ever assembled, with nearly 500 illustrations, including 190 in color, this volume presents an impressive array of works: single family houses that provided images and models for generations of suburban buildings across the United States, community solutions to housing for Depression America, and an astonishing progression of landmark commercial and institutional structures. In these pages appear Wright's most spectacular commissions--among them Fallingwater, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and Tokyo's Imperial Hotel--but also a retrospective selection of other projects from all periods of his enormously productive career. Photographs of actual buildings and of models, plans, and sketches, as well as reproductions of the architect's masterful drawings, many previously unpublished, are all included.
The Museum of Modern Art
New York, NY
Architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright
Cronon, William; Alofsin, Anthony; Frampton, Kenneth; Wright, Gwendolyn; Riley, Terence; and Reed, Peter, "Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect" (1998). Frank Lloyd Wright Book Collection. 223.