Frank Lloyd Wright : a Visual Encyclopedia

by Iain Thomson

Hardcover, 1999




London : PRC, c1999.


A must-have for Wright fans and lovers of architecture and design. This comprehensive guide to the life and times of the man widely considered to be one of the most innovative and influential figures in modern architecture provides an A to Z chronicle of Wright's work, family, friends, and the major events that shaped his career. Over 1,000 stunning color photographs include interior and exterior shots of his most acclaimed architectural masterpieces.

User reviews

LibraryThing member lilithcat
Wright's designs but also people and places important to his life and work. Gorgeous illustrations, interiors, exteriors, and aerial shots! I drive by the Heller House (and lust after it) frequently, but I've never looked down at it. Each building listed has an icon indicating the type of building (private, religious, public corporate, commercial or civic), and additional icons indicating the building materials, whether it's demolished, etc. At the end is a chronological listing of the buildings.… (more)
LibraryThing member RobKohr
Excellent coffee table material.



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