A Visual Encyclopedia of Frank Llyod Wrigth by Iain Thomson

By Iain Thomson

Vital for Wright fanatics and fans of structure and layout. This entire advisor to the existence and occasions of the guy largely thought of to be probably the most leading edge and influential figures in glossy structure offers an A to Z chronicle of Wright's paintings, relations, pals, and the most important occasions that formed his occupation. Over 1,000 lovely colour photos contain inside and external photographs of his such a lot acclaimed architectural masterpieces.

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