Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms
Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms pictures more than two dozen of the architect's best designs and traces the changes in his own way of thinking about how people should dine. In his first house, his 1889 home in Oak Park, Illinois, Wright secluded the dining experience in its own room. Over the years he gradually eliminated dining room walls, opening them both to other spaces and to the natural world outside. Whatever form a dining area took, Wright always controlled its built-in elements and furnishings to create a totally harmonious environment.
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Architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright
Lind, Carla, "Frank Lloyd Wright's Dining Rooms" (1995). Frank Lloyd Wright Book Collection. 91.