Lloyd Wright: The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright

ISBN: 9780500341667
Artist(s): Frank Lloyd Wright
Author(s): Alan Weintraub, Thomas S. Hines
Format: hardback
Year published: 1998
Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 276
Illustrations: Illustrated in colour and black and white throughout


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Frank Lloyd Wright Jr., known as Lloyd Wright (1870-1978), is arguably one of the greatest undiscovered architects of the 20th century. Over a ten year period, architectual photographer Alan Weintraub has documented his buildings in colour and in fine detail. This monograph offers a comprehensive presentation of Lloyd Wright’s complete oeuvre. Lloyd Wright had a style all of his own. His gemlike construction fusing landscape with built form, are syntheses of nature, regional modernism and exoticism. He built most of his work in southern California, mainly in unassuming neighbourhoods of Los Angeles. This extensively illustrated book features nearly 600 images. At the book’s heart are 32 of Wright’s buildings, and the reference section includes an illustrated chronology with archival sketches and images of unbuilt works.


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