The Vision of Frank Lloyd WrightANTIQUE
Frank Lloyd Wright's career, sometimes tragic, sometimes tempestuous - at all times creative - has been examined and re-examined in numerous studies and articles both during his lifetime and since his death in 1959, which occurred shortly before the completion of his most famous project, New York's Guggenheim Museum. His life continues to demand re-examination as development of architectural philosophy continues to inspire dramatic stylistic changes and new perspectives on the way we live today. This concise consideration of Wright's life and work not only offers new insights in to the character of this complex, powerful and at all times confident personality, but also the architectural legacy he left behind and which exists to this day in the vast number of homes and public buildings photographed mainly by the author himself. 8.5"w x 6.5"h x 1.25"