Understanding Frank Lloyd Wright's Architecture
Essential reading for all Wright fans and anyone interested in the evolution of modern architecture.
Donald Hoffman expertly analyzes Wright's approach to siting, furnishing, landscaping and other details, presenting an insightful guide not only to the buildings but to the concepts behind them. Enhanced with 127 photos, plans, and illustrations, Hoffman seeks to answer such questions as "What inspired his work? How did his architecture mature? What are the dynamics of its characteristic expression?" in order to get at the philosophy and ideals behind Wright's work. Publisher: Dover Publications (1995).
Softcover, 102 pages. Size: 9.25" x 10.75"