12 edition of Details of Frank Lloyd Wright found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 144).
|Statement||photography by Scot Zimmerman ; text by Judith Dunham ; introduction by Eric Lloyd Wright.|
|LC Classifications||NA737.W7 D86 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||94006625|
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Renowned for the innovatively styled facades of the buildings he designed, master architect Frank Lloyd Wright was also famous for creating many of their interior details.
The first book to feature these elements in an expansive, photographic format, this elegant survey offers a comprehensive look at each of the 24 California homes and public buildings designed by Wright over a year period--including Cited by: 1.
The book is a director’s cut of Wright’s life, from a biographer and very active narrator thrilled with the tiniest details of a resident of one of the architect’s buildings, a winding genealogical Author: Patrick Sisson.
A large, thin, black+white (no gray) book, consisting in a page text by Frank Lloyd Wright, followed by about pages of plans and drawings of his pre works. This is a facsimile of what is known as the "Wasmuth portfolio" published in in Germany - therefore the legends in German.4/4(54).
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Collection of Surimono is the Phoenix Art Museum’s groundbreaking study of the long overlooked art of surimono prints. This catalog was published to accompany the exhibition, “Frank Lloyd Wright and Japanese Art.”.
Frank Lloyd Wright had just turned 40 years old when his Unitarian church was completed. The interior design solidified his ideas about space. Repeated forms, open areas, natural light, Japanese-type hanging lanterns, leaded glass, horizontal / vertical banding, creating a sense of peace, spirituality, and harmony — all elements common to Wright's creation of sacred spaces.
Frank Lloyd Wright became famous as Details of Frank Lloyd Wright book creator and expounder of “organic architecture”—his phrase indicating buildings that harmonize with their inhabitants and their environment.
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The work contained more than lithographs of Wright's designs, and is commonly known as the Wasmuth mater: University of Wisconsin–Madison. Loving Frank is an American novel by Nancy Horan published in It tells the story of Mamah Borthwick and her illicit love affair with Frank Lloyd Wright amidst the public shame they experienced in early twentieth century America.
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This double-sided, piece puzzle from Galison features Frank Lloyd Wright's famous Falling Water House. A beautiful picture of the home's exterior on one side and an aerial blueprint of the grounds on the other make for double the puzzling.
One side is matte and the other is glossy for easy sorting. - Brand: Galison Books. Details of Frank Lloyd Wright: the California work, [Judith Dunham] -- This volume takes the reader, room by room, through 24 public and private buildings designed by Frank Lloyd in California, focusing on such features as furniture, glass, sculpture, lighting, masonry.
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In earlyFrank Lloyd Wright began to feel that houses should resemble their owner. It was also in the early ’s, that Frank Lloyd Wright felt all the spaces of a building should flow around a central space. Synopsis: Frank Lloyd Wright's Rosenbaum House book tells the story of the building's design, construction--which, like so many of Wright's commissions, involved high drama punctuated by humor--remodeling, and restoration.
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