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2010 Frank Lloyd Wright and His New American Architecture (Published by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press, Madison, Wisconsin, as part of the Badger Biographies Series.) Kann, Bob Chronicles the vibrant life of one of the world's most famous architects. Wright's prolific career spanned more than 70 years, and he created more than 1,100 designs. Author Bob Kann brings readers into the eccentric stories behind some of Frank Lloyd Wright's landmark buildings. Find out about Wright's Oak Park home, known to locals as "the house with a tree growing through it;" the Robie House, which is shaped like a battleship; and Fallingwater, which is built on a waterfall. Learn how Wright...  Continue... Pp 103 2010.12.1012
2010 Frank Lloyd Wright, Complete Works 1917-1942 (Hard Cover, Boxed) (Published by Taschen GmbH, Hohenzollernring, Koln) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Editor: Gossel, Peter This second volume deals with the work after World War I, beginning with the Imperial Hotel, covering Wright’s quest to design affordable houses to Fallingwater being the dramatic climax. From 1917 through the Depression, up until 1942, he designed continually. Wright saw many projects go unrealized, but built on new concepts. His block building system led to the famous Ennis house in Los Angeles. In 1936 he completed the Herbert Jacobs house, using his new "Usonian" techniques...  Continue... Pp 488 2010.01.0310
2010
Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo and Western New York (Soft Cover) (Published by Western New York Wares, Inc., Buffalo) Sheridan, Jan Booth Western New York is home to one of the world’s largest and most diverse collections of structures designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, America’s most famous architect. Now that awe-inspiring collection of great architecture is catalogued in the new book, Frank Lloyd Wright In Western New York. Sheridan takes a closer look at these prominent sites: The Darwin D. Martin House Complex, considered to be Wright's most important house design, and an early example of Prairie School design...  Continue... Pp 96 2010.29.0917
2010 Frank Lloyd Wright: 2011 Engagement Calendar (Soft Cover, Metal comb binding with boxed slipcase) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Pomegranate Over a career that stretched into seven decades, Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) changed the shape of American architecture. Wright's buildings seemed to grow from their surroundings, and each was a coordinated composition inside and out, an expression of what he termed 'organic architecture.' This calendar's thirty-two photographs of classic Wright exteriors, interiors, and details are accompanied by concise, insightful descriptions, as well as quotations from Wright...  Continue... Pp 120 2010.05.0711
2010
Frank Lloyd Wright: 50 Key Buildings By America’s Greatest Architect (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Quercus Publishing Plc., London. First published in 2009. This new edition published in 2010.) Wilkinson, Philip Frank Lloyd Wright has a strong claim to be North America's greatest architect. By the time he died, American architecture had been transformed and a new, distinctive kind of building had evolved that reflected the needs of people living in the cities and in The open spaces of the US. Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the most important creators of this new architecture, as well as the designer of some of America's most beautiful and memorable buildings. Wright's undoubted genius lay in his ability to think an idea...  Continue... Pp 176 2010.24.1016
2010
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House Complex (Published by the Martin House Restoration Corporation, Buffalo, New York) Neufeld, Lesley First published in 2004. "Rebirth and Restoration. The Martin House Complex 1903-05. Frank Lloyd Wright’s genius is weaving together structures and landscape, interior and exterior is abundantly evident in the Darwin D. Martin Complex (1903-05), where each element is the arrangement of five buildings is harmoniously integrated with gardens and grounds. The Martin House Complex represents the first time in Wright’s celebrated career when he had the opportunity to express his...  Continue... Pp 35 2010.19.0414
2010 Frank Lloyd Wright’s SC Johnson Research Tower (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Pomegranate Communication, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Hertzberg, Mark Frank Lloyd Wright's SC Johnson Research Tower in Racine, Wisconsin, is one of modern architecture's most significant landmarks. Completed in 1950, the fifteen-story skyscraper is the only existing example of Wright's ambitious taproot design. Like limbs from a tree trunk, alternating square floors and round mezzanines branch out from the weight-bearing central core—a truly revolutionary idea at the time and an engineering marvel today. In 1943 H. F. Johnson Jr., president of the SC...  Continue... Pp 80 2010.13.0513
2010
Paper New York. Build Your Own Big Apple (Soft Cover) (Published by Universal Publishing, A Division of Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., New York) Black, Kell Includes the Guggenheim Museum. From the Battery to the Bronx, this book showcases New York’s architectural landmarks in three-dimensional die-cut models ready to press out. Paper New York showcases three-dimensional replications of the city’s legendary and iconic locations and celebrates the talent and imagination of the architects, engineers, and builders of the world’s most famous skyline... (Publisher’s description.) Original list price $19.95. 10 x 8. (First Edition) Pp 47 2010.16.0813
2010
The Finest Rooms in America. Fifty Influential Interiors from the Eighteenth Century to the Present. (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by The Monacelli Press, a division of Random House, Inc., New York) Jayne, Thomas with Walker, Ann Of the 50 homes, it includes the Living Room of Hollyhock House, Los Angeles, California, pages 52-55. "Built between 1919 and 1921 for oil heiress Aline Barnsdall, Hollyhock House was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first project in California. Had a full scheme been realized, the house would have stood as the centerpiece of a theater community with several other buildings on a 36-acre site known as Olive Hill..." Includes two photographs, by Tim Street-Porter / Esto and Larry Underhill. Original list...  Continue... Pp 207 2010.25.0217
2010 20th Century Art & Design, March 7, 2010, Treadway / Toomey (Published by Treadway / Toomey Gallery, Inc., Cincinnati, Oak Park) Treadway / Toomey Gallery, Inc. Item 308 "Important Frank Lloyd Wright rendering; early presentation drawing for the Frances Apartments, 1895, demolished in 1971. Watercolor delineated for Wright by Paul Lautrup. Sighed by Wright and Lautrup. The Francis Apartments were commissioned by the Terra Haute Trust Co. and built as middle-class housing on Chicago’s south side. Sixteen Wright items on pages: Cover, 47-49, 51. Original list price $35.00. Soft Cover 8.5 x 11. (First Edition) Pp 200 2010.02.0310
2010 Wright Panorama. Elements of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architecture in 360 Degrees. (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by Lightborne Publishing, Inc. in partnership with The Westcott House Foundation and Orange Frazer Press, Wilmington, Ohio Foreward by: Wright, Eric Lloyd; Photography by: Schiff, Thomas R.; Essays by: Stipe, Margo; Perkins, Scott W.; Wojeik... Wright Panorama amplifies the artistry of Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture with expanse. In the more than 140 Tom Schiff panoramic photographs, Schiff reveals nearly eighty extant buildings in Wright's oeuvre from a unique perspective. Wright Panorama exhibits the great architect's prolific, varied, and iconic body of work, pulling from it a new shape and offering it renewed appeal. Eric Lloyd Wright's compelling foreword to Wright Panorama introduces Tom Schiff and four noteworthy Wright...  Continue... Pp 174 2010.04.0711
2011
2011 Architectural and Musical Interrelations. Counterpoint as a Tool of Composition in Music and Architecture (Soft Cover) (Published by Patakis, Athens, Greece) Biris, Tasos; Demiri, Konstantina; Tsiraki, Sofia; Athanasopoulos, Jannis; Angelou, Angelos This publication includes essays - written by five university teachers – focusing on the notion of ‘counterpoint’ as a tool for composition in music and in architecture. The core issue of the book is explored in the course, taught in the School of Architecture of the National Technical University of Athens, entitled "Music and Architectural Correspondences: ‘Counterpoint’ as a Music and Architectural Tool". The book includes, conversations held between the students and the teachers...  Continue... Pp 367 2011.03.0811
2011 Building The Pauson House, The Letters of Frank Lloyd Wright and Rose Pauson (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA)

Edited with and introduction by Green, Allan Wright; Foreword by Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer

"On April 11, 1943, in the desert hills of Phoenix, Arizona, Frank Lloyd Wright's Pauson House burned to the ground. The fire had erupted just one year after the building's completion. But the complete obliteration of this remarkable structure was avoided by way of an astounding archive of letters between Wright (American, 1867-1959) and his client, artist Rose Pauson... more than fifty previously unpublished letters written between 1938 and 1943—alongside rare site photographs and...  Continue... Pp 96 2011.10.0413
2011 Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright. 2012 Calendar. (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Pomegranate Communica., Inc. Frank Lloyd Wright’s presentation drawings are dramatic, colorful, richly detailed images that beautifully reflect the master architect’s vision. A Wright quotation accompanies each of the twelve drawings reproduced in this calendar: the American System-Built House; the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church; the Arizona State Capitol, "Oasis"; the Raul Bailleres House; the Cloverleaf Housing Project; the Katherine and Herbert Jacobs House, "Solar Hemicycle"; the Jane...  Continue... Pp 24 2011.04.0112
2011 Frank Lloyd Wright, Complete Works 1885-1916 (Hard Cover, Boxed) (Published by Taschen GmbH, Hohenzollernring, Koln) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Editor: Gossel, Peter Volume 1 covers the early Chicago years and the Prairie Houses, the period which provoked a profound influence on European architects. Wright's architectural work during these early years was mostly residential, as it would be throughout his career, and from his earliest work, Frank Lloyd Wright demonstrated a knowledge of and respect for natural materials. In the ten years between 1896 and 1906 he developed and perfected the so-called "prairie house." Wright believed the architect...  Continue... Pp 527 2011.01.0611
2011 Frank Lloyd Wright On Architecture, Nature and the Human Spirit (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Edited by: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks The architect of the Guggenheim Museum, Fallingwater, the Robie House, and the Johnson Wax Administration Building, Frank Lloyd Wright once said, "You do not learn by way of your successes. No one does." Just as he flouted convention in a series of astonishing buildings, so did Wright go against the grain in his career as a writer and lecturer... Wright was brash, outspoken, funny, irreverent, and unafraid of the most sweeping generalizations. In Frank Lloyd Wright on Architecture, Nature...  Continue... Pp 95 2011.05.0812
2011 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin, Illustrated By Vintage Postcards (Soft Cover) (Published by The University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin) Henning, Randolph C., Foreward by Smith, Kathryn A. Randolph C. Henning has assembled a splendid collection of rare vintage postcards, some never before published, that provides a revealing and visually unique journey through Wright’s work at Taliesin. Included are intimate images of Taliesin at various stages and views of the building just after the tragic 1914 fire. The postcards also depict nearby buildings designed by Wright, including the Romeo and Juliet windmill and two buildings for the Hillside Home School. Henning provides...  Continue... Pp 125 2011.02.0711
2011
Frank Lloyd Wright Designs, The Sketches, Plans and Drawings (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. New York) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks The first major presentation in decades of the visionary drawings of the artist-architect and master designer. Frank Lloyd Wright was an architect of vast and unprecedented vision, whose work is not only still admired by the critics and carefully studied by historians but is also widely beloved. Comfortable spaces, humanly scaled, with extraordinary attention to detail-as seen in a range of architectural forms-are at the center of Wright’s enduring appeal. This vision and attention is nowhere...  Continue... Pp 420 2011.13.0714
2011
Frank’s Home, A Play (Published by Theatre Communications Group, New York) Nelson, Richard "Set in the summer of 1923, when the great architect Frank Lloyd Wright has recently left Chicago for California, hoping to reignite a faltering career and mend relations with his adult children. Bringing to life two great architectural demigods, Wright and Louis Sullivan, Nelson reveals their all-too-human frailties as well as their unshakable belief in the importance of art over all else." (Back cover.) Original list price $14.95. 5.5 x 11.5 (First Edition) Pp 94 2011.18.0617
2011
Houses By Frank Lloyd Wright (Book of Postcards) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Pomegranate Communications Book of thirty postcards. "Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) changed the shape of the American home. Over a career the stretched into seven decades, he designed hundreds of residences. He constantly experimented to find the most effective designs for living, stressing natural materials and colors, open rooms, built-in furniture, geometric patterns, and careful siting. Each home was a coordinated composition inside and out, an expression of what he termed organic architecture. This book of postcards showcases...  Continue... Pp 64 2011.15.1116
2011
Saving Wright. The Freeman House and The Preservation of Meaning, Materials, and Modernity (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by W. W. Norton &Company, New York, London) Chusid, Jeffrey M. "Saving Wright chronicles the ongoing struggle to save Wright’s Freeman House in the Hollywood Hills, the setting for fascinating people and events but deeply flawed from the time it was built ninety-five years ago. The Freeman House was an experiment born out of Frank Lloyd Wright’s polemical vision of a new kind of architecture for the middle class, for modern America, and, in particular, for the Los Angeles foothills. Its design and construction were difficult, thus, along with many poor decisions...  Continue... Pp 256 2011.16.0317
2011
Susan Lawrence: The Enigma in the Wright House ( Soft Cover) (Published by Bookstand Publishing, Morgan Hill, CA) Volkmann, Roberta "In 1902 Susan Lawrence commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to "remodel" her deceased father's home in Springfield, Illinois. The project grew and became a blonde Roman brick mansion with 35 rooms on 16 different levels. An anomaly in Springfield, the house is a masterpiece that still stands today as one of Wright's finest Prairie designs. Now called the Dana-Thomas House, it is an Illinois State Historic Site that has been visited by thousands. The woman behind the project, Susan Lawrence...  Continue... Pp 106 2011.22.0718
2011
Under the Skies. The Apprentice Desert Shelters At Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks; Sidy, Victor E. Nestled among the cactus thickets and dry washes of the Arizona desert lies an intriguing landscape of architectural experiments. Sometimes encompassing a paloverde tree or suspended many feet above the desert floor, these small dwellings, conceived by architecture students as alternatives to tents and dormitory rooms, embrace - and in their own way, celebrate - the natural, rugged terrain surrounding Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West. The earliest shelters were created by adventurous apprentices at the Taliesin...  Continue... Pp 72 2011.17.0517
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2012
A Little More Line, A Kite’s View of Wisconsin & Beyond (Soft Cover) (Published by Itchy Cat Press, Blkue Mounds, Wisconsin) Wilson, Craig M. A Little More Line has stunning images taken from an unusual perspective: a camera suspended from a kite and operated by remote control. Wilson's photographs are from a real bird's eye view and reveal a fresh new perspective. Scenes from around Wisconsin and over the borders into Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, and Illinois include capitols and bike races, farms and forests, Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Chicago's Millennium Park, and Iowa's Field of Dreams, Duluth's harbor and...  Continue... Pp 129 2012.26.0217
2012
Beth Sholom Synagogue, Frank Lloyd Wright and Modern Religious Architect (Hard Cover DJ) Published by The University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London) Siry, Joseph M. In a suburb just north of Philadelphia stands Beth Sholom Synagogue, Frank Lloyd Wright’s only synagogue and among his finest religious buildings. Designated a National Historic Landmark in 2007, Beth Sholom was one of Wright’s last completed projects, and for years it has been considered one of his greatest masterpieces... Beth Sholom Synagogue provides the first in-depth look at the synagogue’s conception and realization in relation to Wright’s other religious architecture...  Continue... Pp 705 2012.22.0316
2012
Building Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home of Love and Loss (Soft Cover) (Published by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press, Madison, Wisconsin) McCrea, Ron Through letters, memoirs, contemporary documents, and a stunning assemblage of photographs - many of which have never before been published - author Ron McCrea tells the fascinating story of the building of Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin, which would be the architect's principal residence for the rest of his life. Photos taken by Wright's associates show rare views of Taliesin under construction and illustrate Wright's own recollections of the first summer there and the craftsmen who worked...  Continue... Pp 223 2012.18.0714
2012 
Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright. 2013 Calendar. (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Quotes: Wright, Frank Lloyd "In the spring of 1962, three years after Frank Lloyd Wright had set aside his pencil for the last time, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City held an exhibition of his drawings. This profusion of different views and renderings proved that a sketch often helped Wright work through the knottier problems posed by a building..." A Wright quotation accompanies each of the twelve drawings reproduced in this calendar: Arizona State Capitol, "Oasis"; Solomon R. Guggenheim...  Continue... Pp 28 2012.10.0313 2012.13.0813
2012
Frank Lloyd Wright (Eye on Art) (Hard Cover Library Binding) (Published by Lucent Books, Farmington Hills, MI. Part of Gale Cengage Learning.) Nardo, Don Don Nardo explores the life and work of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who is widely viewed as one of the most innovative and influential architects of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Nardo includes fascinating details of Lloyd’s life, including his childhood in a large family in Wisconsin, his ambition as a young man, his move to Chicago to become a great architect, his vision for a new "American" architecture, and his marriages and love affairs. Wright’s work is described...  Continue... Pp 112 2012.21.1115
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Frank Lloyd Wright Designs, Sticker Book (Soft Cover) (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Petaluma, CA) Pomegranate Communications "A great American architect who lived from 1867 to 1959, Frank Lloyd Wright designed houses, office buildings, museums, churches, a doghouse, and a gas station, always insisting that architecture should be ‘organic.’ Wright thought that most houses were dark and crowded and constricting: he loved sunlight and freedom of movement, and he believed that the best buildings connected to their environment." 150 reusable stickers, 50 different designs. Original list price $7.95. 8.5 x 11 (First Edition) Pp 8 2012.15.1213
2012
Frank Lloyd Wright Natural Design, Organic Architecture (Hard Cover) (Published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. New York) Hess, Alan; Photography Weintraub, Alan An unsung prophet of today’s green movement in architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright was an innovator of eco-sensitive design generations ahead of his time. An architect and designer of far-reaching vision, it is not surprising that Frank Lloyd Wright anticipated many of the hallmarks of today’s green movement. Across his work—which stands upon a philosophy Wright termed "organic"—widespread evidence is seen of a refined sensitivity to environment, to social organization as impacted by...  Continue... Pp 224 2012.27.0718
2012
Growing Up In A Frank Lloyd Wright House (Hard Cover, Library Binding) (Published by Kim Bixler, Manhattan Beach, CA) Bixler, Kim "What was it like to grow up in a Frank Lloyd Wright House? Kim Bixler's family owned Frank Lloyd Wright's 1908 Edward E. Boynton House in Rochester, New York from 1977-1994. Growing Up in a Frank Lloyd Wright House recounts the joys and pitfalls of owning a Wright-designed home. The tumultuous history of the house is recounted through interviews with former and current owners. Living with the public's curiosity, playing hide-and-seek, coping with the habitually leaky roof, and managing...  Continue... Pp 184 2012.28.0718
2012 
La Figlia del Sole, Vita Ardente di Katherine Mansfield (The daughter of the Sun. Ardent Life of Katherine Mansfield) (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by Mondadori, Milano, Italy) Fusini, Nadia A novel, written through the perspective of Francis and Zoe, of the life of Katherine Mansfield. Includes a short section on the early life of Olga (Olgivanna) Ivanovna Milanoff, who later became he wife of Frank Lloyd Wright. We assisted the author by providing a photograph of Olgivanna Lloyd Wright. Text in Italian. Original list price € 18.00 ($23.50). Gift from the author. 6.25 x 9.5. To order. (First Edition) Pp 154 2012.08.1112
2012
National Register of Historic Places, Lockridge Medical Clinic (Prepared by the Montana State Historical Preservation Office. Published by the United States Department of the Interior National Park Service, Washington, D.C.) Greenfield, Mary C. "The Lockridge Medical Clinic stands as a fine local testament to late Wrightian design. While both the exterior and interior have endured changes over time, the overall design. While both the exterior and interior have endured changes over time, the overall design and character-defining features remain. These include the signature elements for which Wright is known: natural materials, banks of glass, low-slung roof, strong horizontal lines, clerestory windows, and an ‘in-line’ floorplan with a...  Continue... Pp 37 2012.14.1213
2012 
Skirting Traditions, Arizona Women Writers and Journalists 1912-2012. (Published by Wheatmark, Tucson, Arizona. Copyright Arizona Press Women.) Warneka, Brenda Kimsey (Chapter 8) Chapter 8: Olgivanna Lloyd Wright, 1898 - 1985. "The remarkable women profiled in this anthology made the trek to Arizona from the big cities of Chicago, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C.; from the green hills of Wisconsin, and from backwater towns in Oklahoma and Pennsylvania; by covered wagon, automobile, and, later, airplane. They came with their parents or their husbands, or as single women, with and without children. They came seeking health in the sun-blessed dryness of the desert...  Continue... Pp 52-61 2012.04.0312
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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum: An Architectural Appreciation (Hard Cover) (Published by The Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation, New York) Guggenheim Foundation Revision of a book with the same title first published in 2002 and reprinted in 2006. For over fifty years Frank Lloyd Wright’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum has touched visitors and architects alike. "Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum: An Architectural Appreciation" celebrates architects, historians, and critics. Paired alongside a half-century of photographs, they convey how, as Paul Goldberger has said, "almost every museum of our time is a child of the Guggenheim." (Back Cover.) 7.5 x 7.5 (First Edition) Pp 76 2012.12.0713
2012
Taliesin Diary, A Year With Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover) (Published by W. W. Norton & Company, New York, London) Henken, Priscilla J. The first publication of the diary of a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice, 1942–43, with notes, contextual essays, and contemporaneous photographs. Priscilla J. Henken lived at Taliesin with her husband David Henken as part of The Fellowship, the group of acolytes who made Taliesin an architectural colony from the 1930s through the 1950s. Her lively description of day-to-day life on a communal working farm in south central Wisconsin provides unique insights into the world... Continue... Pp 272 2012.19.1014

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2013 
Alfonso Iannelli, Modern By Design (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Top Five Books, LLC, Oak Park, Illinois) Jameson, David The first biography of the influential modernist artist and sculptor. In 1914 Frank Lloyd Wright asked an unknown twenty-six-year-old Italian-American immigrant to sculpt the strikingly geometric figures for his landmark Chicago masterpiece, Midway Gardens. Decades later, when New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art installed one of Midway Gardens' female "Sprite" sculptures, they listed Wright as its only artist. In all those years that followed the original project, Wright never... Continue... Pp 364 2013.03.0713
2013
Breaking Wright’s Grid (Educating Frank Lloyd Wright 1900-1902) (Soft Cover) (Published by Striking Impressions, Prescott, AZ Koppany, B. III "For the first time the hidden architectural design grid of Frank Lloyd Wright is revealed. Wright used this grid over and over again from the start of his career up to his last works. This grid base unit of 7/8 inches is shown for the first time in the opening chapter of the book, overlapping Wright’s grid on a conventional six inch grid. Wright’s proportions for interior detail (baseboards to wainscot to picture rail to ceiling) is shown. Wright’s time with Lyman Silsbee is examined, and is shown not to use a... Continue... Pp 433 2013.22.1117
2013
Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover) (Published by Rourke Educational Media, Vero Beach, Florida) Bennett, Doraine

Have you ever wondered about the lives of famous people? Little World Biographies will teach you about inspiring individuals who have overcome many obstacles. You'll learn about the contributions they made in the world, even when others said it was impossible. Learn About The Life Of Frank Lloyd Wright And His Amazing Buildings. (Back cover.) Original list price $29.95. 8.25 x 8.25

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Frank Lloyd Wright, Force of Nature  (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by New Line Books, New York) Nash, Eric Peter First published in 1996. Frank Lloyd Wright was the avator of American Architecture. His highly original aesthetic and singular philosophy placed him, during his lifetime, in the forefront of modern architecture and resulted in a doctrine for American building design that continues to this day. This volume is a spirited introduction to the designs of an architectural master, showcasing his public and private work from the early Prairie Houses to the splendid S. C. Johnson buildings and the controversial...  Continue... Pp 80 2013.17.0317
2013
Frank Lloyd Wright in Montana, Darby, Stevensville and Whitefish (Soft Cover) (Published by Drumlummon, Helena, Montana) LeCocq, Randall Publisher’s description: Generously illustrated with photographs and architectural drawings, Frank Lloyd Wright in Montana: Darby, Stevensville, and Whitefish highlights the intriguing stories of three little-known but important Frank Lloyd Wright projects built during the 20th century in western Montana. Randall LeCocq writes: "[Wright’s two] Bitterroot projects, Bitter Root Town and Como Orchard’s "University Heights," remain significant to architectural historians as early examples of architectural... Continue... Pp 32 2013.05.0114
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Nakoma Clubhouse and Sculptures (Published by Milbourn Publishing Co., Edmonds, WA) Steiner, Douglas M. A comprehensive study of Wright’s Nakoma Clubhouse and the Nakoma and Nakomis Sculptures. In 1923, Frank Lloyd Wright presented drawings for a clubhouse to the Nakoma Country Club, which was adjacent to the Nakoma subdivision in Madison, Wisconsin. Nakoma was a Chippewa word that meant "I do as I promise." The Wisconsin State Journal called the Wright clubhouse "the most unique building of its kind in America." It would take nearly 75 years for... Continue...  To Order. Pp 60 2013.06.0414
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Frank Lloyd Wright: 2014 Calendar (Published by Pomegranate Communications, Inc., Portland, OR) Pomegranate Communica., Inc. Over half a century after Frank Lloyd Wright’s death, his designs can still provoke a gasp of wonder and delight. These buildings remain so fresh, so ingenious, and so daring that even though many Wrightian concepts have by now been appropriated and assimilated into the modernist architectural canon, they retain their ability to captivate architects and laypersons alike. (Back cover.) Includes Martin, Storer, Coonley Playhouse, Taliesin, Beth Sholom, Bradley, Penfield, Robie... Continue... Pp 28 2013.10.0714
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Layton’s Legacy, A Historic American Art Collection 1888-2013 (Hard Cover DJ) (This catalogue is published on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the Layton Art Gallery by the Layton Art Collection, Inc. 1,000 copies printed.) Eastberg, John C.; Vogel, Eric Layton Art Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. "Partridge was a great admirer of Frank Lloyd Wright and that he had gathered many of his drawings, models, renderings, and project photographs for an exhibition in New York. She wrote to Wright... and inquired whether he would consider an exhibition of his work at the Layton Art Gallery... Wright responded immediately and agreed." While setting up the display he is interviewed and is quoted on Nov. 20, 1930 "It will take Milwaukee... Continue... Pp 479 2013.04.0913
2013
The A. D. German Warehouse: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Design Process (Published in the Proceedings of the 2013 ARCC Spring Research Conference, Architectural Research Centers Consortium, University of North Carolina, Charlotte) Tucker, Lisa M. "Abstract: This research discusses a long- overlooked building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The focus is on the project as a case study exemplifying Wright’s design process. Although Wright’s work is often described as appearing fully-conceived and then drawn in a single sitting onto the paper, the archival documents, correspondence and actual physical building of the A.D. German Warehouse tell a different story. The A.D. German Warehouse was designed... Continue... Pp 9 2013.13.0316

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2014
Arizona Biltmore: Jewel of the Desert (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Grandin Hood Publishers, Franklin, Tennessee) Crutchfield, James A.; Photography: Hood, Robin During the late 1920s, brothers and Arizona businessmen Charles and Warren McArthur had a dream fostered by their growing success in providing elegant "Wonderbus" touring and camping services for the booming number of tourists to the Sonoran Desert. To realize their vision of a luxury resort hotel in the remote desert and mountains outside Phoenix, the pair enlisted a third brother, Albert Chase McArthur--architect and Frank Lloyd Wright protégé. In 1929, Albert, with the counsel... Continue... Pp 128 2014.41.0518
2014
Competition Drawings From the Studio of Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover, Wire Bound) (Published by John Randal Publishing and Wilkerson & Hughes, LLC. Regina, SK, Canada, Altoona, Florida) John Randal Publishing; Wilkerson & Hughes After Frank Lloyd Wright abandoned his wife and children in 1909, there were no major architectural commissions until 1916 due to wide spread condemnation across the USA. Very few residential designs were built during that time. Until 1930, there were national residential design competitions with large prize awards. This book contains drawings discovered in 4 different Residential Drawing competitions between 1913 and 1918. None of these designs have Frank Lloyd... Continue... Pp 11 2014.13.1014
2014
Coonley House Drawings (Soft Cover, Wire Bound) (Published by John Randal Publishing and Wilkerson & Hughes, LLC. Regina, SK, Canada, Altoona, Florida) John Randal Publishing; Wilkerson & Hughes The Coonley house was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 20th century. It is located in Riverside, IL near Chicago. This is considered an important example of Prairie Home designs by Frank Lloyd Wright. This book is entirely composed of measured drawings conducted by the American Historical Building Survey. The original drawings were scanned and reduced to a full size book format. The pages contain high resolution black line drawings on Cream color paper. Original... Continue... Pp 17 2014.15.1014
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Fallingwater Drawings (Soft Cover, Wire Bound) (Published by John Randal Publishing and Wilkerson & Hughes, LLC. Regina, SK, Canada, Altoona, Florida) John Randal Publishing; Wilkerson & Hughes Falling Water was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 20th century for a secluded lot in the Pennsylvania mountains 43 miles southeast of Pittsburgh for the Department Store owner Edger Kaufmann. This is considered one of the greatest American home designs by Frank Lloyd Wright. This book is entirely composed of measured drawings conducted by the American Historical Building Survey. This book also contains the drawings of the Guest House located nearby... Continue... Pp 15 2014.14.1014
2014
Martin House Drawings (Soft Cover, Wire Bound) (Published by John Randal Publishing and Wilkerson & Hughes, LLC. Regina, SK, Canada, Altoona, Florida) John Randal Publishing; Wilkerson & Hughes

The Martin House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in early 20th century Buffalo, NY for Darwin D. Martin. This is considered a most important Estate home design by Frank Lloyd Wright. This book is entirely composed of measured drawings conducted by the American Historical Building Survey. This book also contains the drawings of the original layout and the 1987 revisions. (Publisher’s description.) Original list price $7.95. (First Edition) 8.5 x 11

Pp 27 2014.12.1014
2014
The Robie House Drawings (Soft Cover, Wire Bound) (Published by John Randal Publishing and Wilkerson & Hughes, LLC. Regina, SK, Canada, Altoona, Florida) John Randal Publishing; Wilkerson & Hughes

The Robie house was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 20th century on a narrow lot near Chicago University in the neighborhood of Hyde Park. This is considered one of the foremost examples of Prairie Home designs by Frank Lloyd Wright. This book is entirely composed of measured drawings conducted by the American Historical Building Survey. 2 different surveys were conducted over the years so this book contains both sets of floor plans and elevation drawings... Continue...

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Frank Lloyd Wright and His Manner of Thought (Soft Cover) (Published by The University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin) Klinkowitz, Jerome "An iconic figure in American culture, Frank Lloyd Wright is famous throughout the world. Although his achievements in architecture are stunning, it is his importance in cultural history, Jerome Klinkowitz contends, that makes Wright the object of such avid and continuing interest. Designing more than just buildings, Wright offered a concept for living that still influences how people conduct their lives today. Wright's innovations in architecture have been widely studied, but this is the... Continue... Pp 202 2014.26.0216
2014
Frank Lloyd Wright For Kids: His Life and Ideas (Soft Cover) (Published by Chicago Review Press, Chicago) Thorne-Thomsen, Kathleen "An engaging, kid-friendly exploration of America's leading architect and his work This revised and updated edition of a longstanding classic, Frank Lloyd Wright for Kids, details the life, times, and work of the celebrated architect. Through simple, kid-friendly prose and anecdotes, author Kathleen Thorne- Thomsen describes the influences of Wright's Wisconsin childhood filled with nature, music, and close family ties; his struggles to find work as a young architect; the unique style that led him to the top of his... Continue... Pp 130 2014.29.0417
2014
Frank Lloyd Wright: Preservation, Design, and Adding to Iconic Buildings (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by the University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville & London) Edited By: Longstreth, Richard. Authors include: Richard Longstreth, De Teel Patterson Tiller, Sidney K... The buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright are not immune to the social and environmental forces that affect all architecture. Because of the popular recognition and historical significance of his work, however, the stakes are unusually high when his buildings are modified in any way. Any additions or changes must meet the highest standards; how exactly this can be achieved is the debate that fuels this compelling new book. The essays collected here are authored by many of the top professionals in... Continue... Pp 289 2014.40.0318
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unfinished Work (Soft Cover) (Published by Two Worlds Community Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ) Swaback, Vernon D. This book began at the side of the man long called The World's Greatest Architect, and now our first green and ecological architect. Having been privileged to serve as Wright's youngest apprentice, Vernon Swaback combines that experience with his life-long work and study, integrating everything from history, economics, and science, to the arts, technology and religion. If a man born just two years after the civil war could so inspire and maintain the world's interest in his approach, imagine what the... Continue... Pp 178 2014.42.0618
2014
Hotel Mavens. Lucius M. Boomer, George C. Boldt and Oscar of the Waldorf. (Soft Cover) (Published by AuthorHouse, Bloomington, Indiana) Turkel, Stanley Lucius M. Boomer, one of the most famous hoteliers of his time, was chairman of the Hotel Waldorf-Astoria Corporation. In a career of over half a century, he directed such celebrated hotels as the Bellevue-Stratford in Philadelphia, the Taft in New Haven, the Lenox in Boston, and the McAlpin, Claridge, Sherry-Netherland and the original as well as the current Waldorf-Astoria in New York. (Publisher’s...  Continue...  For more information on the Boomer Residence see our Wright Study. Pp 298 2014.10.1114
2014
The Taliesin Ensemble, Frank Lloyd Wright, 1955 A MassModern Collector’s Study Guide (Spiral Bound Soft Cover) (Published by MassModern, Boston) Kelley, Peter This 6th Edition of the "Taliesin Ensemble" Collector's Guide has been significantly expanded with a new and well researched 28 page history of the collection, including dozens of new illustrations. This overview touches on Wright's motivation in developing the collection, critical reception in 1955 / 1956, hints at sales history, and a review of increasing collector interest today. We've uncovered new photographs, original advertising material, and information about original pricing, all of which is included. (Publisher’s description.) Original list price $48.00. For More information. 8.5 x 11 (Sixth Edition) Pp 101 2014.23.0214
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Heritage Henredon Fine Furniture Guide (Facsimile) (Spiral Bound Soft Cover) (Published by MassModern, Boston) Heritage Henredon (MassModern) Complete facsimile copy of original Heritage- Henredon sales brochure. Includes over 63 illustrations of the pieces of the collection, including dimensions and description. For More information. 3.75 x 8 Pp 23 2014.24.0215
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The 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake (Soft Cover) (Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform) Charles River Editors Of the numerous disasters, both natural and man-made, to strike Japan during the 20th century, the Great Kanto Earthquake was among the worst, and the most significant. The massive earthquake struck the Japanese capital region, including the cities of Tokyo and Yokohama, shortly before noon on Saturday, September 1, 1923, causing immense physical destruction. Buildings collapsed, crushing their occupants, and a tsunami assaulted miles of coastline, depositing...  Continue...  Pp 56 2014.27.0715
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Waldorf Astoria, Images of America (Soft Cover) (Published by Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina) Morrison, William Alan Famed throughout the world, New York’s Waldorf Astoria is quite simply the grandest of all grand hotels. Host to emperors, rajahs, potentates, and plutocrats—not to mention every US president since Grover Cleveland—its name has become synonymous with the epitome of glamour, luxury, and sophistication. The name Waldorf Astoria applied to two different but equally magnificent hotels. The...  Continue...  For more information on the Boomer Residence see our Wright Study. Pp 127 2014.09.1014

2015

2015
Frank Lloyd Wright (HB Taschen) (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Taschen GmbH, Koln, Germany) Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks First published in 2004. "Acclaimed as the "father of skyscrapers," the quintessentially American icon Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) was an architect of aspiration. He believed in giving cultivated American life its fitting architectural equivalent and applied his idealism to structures across the continent, from suburban homes to churches, offices, skyscrapers, and the celebrated Guggenheim Museum. Wright's work is distinguished by its harmony with humanity and its environment, a philosophy he...  Continue...  Pp 196 2015.31.0718
2015
Frank Lloyd Wright, The Man Who Played With Blocks. A short Illustrated Biography. (Soft Cover) (Published by Royalston Books, Royalston, MA) Abate, Pia Licciardi; Freudenheim, Leslie M. With humor and verve this book covers the key aspects of Frank Lloyd Wright’s career. Each page offers a new look at his personality and a new way of understanding his most important buildings. Each chapter tells a story which reveals the egotistical, yet charming, man while simultaneously giving the reader the keys to appreciate Wright’s most important contributions to architecture. Wright continued to benefit from the blocks that fascinated him as a child while developing the...  Continue...  Pp 148 2015.14.0216
2015
Frank Lloyd Wright: 2016 Calendar, Photography by Mark Hertzberg (Published by Galison Publishing, New York) Galison Publishing; Wright, Frank Lloyd "Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is recognized worldwide as one of the greatest architects of the twentieth century. His work heralded a new thinking in architecture, using innovation in design and engineering made possible by newly developed technology and materials. His creative ability extended far beyond the border of architecture to graphic design, furniture, art glass, textiles, and decorative elements for the home..." Photographs include: Taliesin West; Frank Lloyd Wright (Obma); Hollyhock House...  Continue...  Pp 28 2015.19.0916
2015
John H. Howe, Architect. From Taliesin Apprentice to Master of Organic Design (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by the University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis) Hession, Jane King; Quigley, Tim; Foreword by Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks Dust jacket: "In 1932 nineteen-year-old John H. Howe arrived at Taliesin as a charter member of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship. There he would remain for the next thirty-two years, earning a reputation as the pencil in Wright’s hand before establishing his own architectural practice in Minnesota. This is the first book to tell Howe’s story and also the first full account of his place in the history of modern architecture as chief draftsman and valued interpreter of Wright s designs and as a prolific...  Continue...  Pp 220 2015.32.0818
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The Car is Architecture. A Visual History of Frank Lloyd Wright’s 85 Cars (Soft Cover) (Published by Fideli Publishing, Inc., Martinsville, IN) Herink, Richie "Cars were one of Frank Lloyd Wright's great obsessions, along with Architecture and Japanese Prints. The last two have been well documented, but the Cars have not been covered at all... until this book. This unique visual history of Wright's 85 cars and one motorcycle uses original magazine ads to describe the make and model of each vehicle. They are presented in the order in which they were purchased and used." (Back cover) Original list price $14.95. 8.5 x 11 (First Edition) Pp 102 2015.10.1215
2015
Who Was Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by Grosset & Dunlap, Penguin Young Readers Group, An Imprint of Penguin Random House LLC) Labrecque, Ellen Children’s Book. Born in Wisconsin in 1867, Frank Lloyd Wright became obsessed with a set of building blocks his mother had given to him on his ninth birthday. He grew up to become the father of organic architecture and the greatest American architect of all time, having designed more than 1,100 buildings during his lifetime. These included private homes – such as the stunning Fallingwater, churches, temples, a hotel, and the world-famous Guggenheim Museum in New York...  Continue...  Pp 105 2015.13.0116
2016
2016
Architecture’s Odd Couple, Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson (Soft Cover) (Published by Bloomsbury Press, New York) Hugh, Howard Advance Reading Copy. "In architectural terms, the twentieth century can be largely summed up with two names: Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson. Wright (1867–1959) began it with his romantic prairie style; Johnson (1906–2005) brought down the curtain with his spare postmodernist experiments. Between them, they built some of the most admired and discussed buildings in American history. Differing radically in their views on architecture, Wright and Johnson shared a restless creativity, enormous charisma..  Continue...  Pp 329 2016.17.0617
2016
Close-Up View of Froebel’s Kindergarten, with Frank Lloyd Wright at the Drawing Table (Soft Cover) (Published by Xlibris, Bloomington, IN) Rogers, Wally Unparalleled account of two astute thinkers – German Friedrich Froebel and American Frank Lloyd Wright – about an intertwined connection between a captivating school-master and a tenacious master- architect. An in-depth examination of how children learn coupled with what Wright learned in Froebel’s Kindergarten and how he applied it at the drawing table. Appropriate for parents, caretakers and educators of children and young people up through college age; and academic scholars and avid practitioners who... Continue... Pp 1032 2016.03.0816
2016
Frank Lloyd Wright and Mason City, Architectural Heart of The Prairie (Soft Cover) (Published by The History Press, Charleston, SC) Behrens, Roy R. In the early 1900s, Frank Lloyd Wright transformed a small Midwestern prairie community into one of the world's most important architectural destinations. Mason City, Iowa, became home to his City National Bank and Park Inn--the last surviving Wright hotel. In addition, his prototype Stockman House helped launch the Prairie School architectural style. Soon after, architect Walter Burley Griffin followed in Wright's footsteps, designing a cluster of Prairie School homes in the Rock Crest/Rock Glen neighborhood... Continue... Pp 143 2016.27.0418
2016
Frank Lloyd Wright: 2017 Calendar, Photography by Mark Hertzberg (Published by Galison Publishing, New York) Galison Publishing; Wright, Frank Lloyd "Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) is recognized worldwide as one of the greatest architects of the twentieth century. His work heralded a new thinking in architecture, using innovation in design and engineering made possible by newly developed technology and materials. His creative ability extended far beyond the border of architecture to graphic design, furniture, art glass, textiles, and decorative elements for the home..." Photographs include: Florida Southern College, Pfeiffer Chapel, Frank... Continue... Pp 28 2016.23.1217
2016
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Nakoma Clubhouse and Sculptures (Published by Milbourn Publishing Co., Edmonds, WA)  (First Edition, Second Printing) Steiner, Douglas M. A comprehensive study of Wright’s Nakoma Clubhouse and the Nakoma and Nakomis Sculptures. In 1923, Frank Lloyd Wright presented drawings for a clubhouse to the Nakoma Country Club, which was adjacent to the Nakoma subdivision in Madison, Wisconsin. Nakoma was a Chippewa word that meant "I do as I promise." The Wisconsin State Journal called the Wright clubhouse "the most unique building of its kind in America." It would take nearly 75 years for... Continue...  To Order. Pp 60 2016.04.0816
2016
Frank Lloyd Wright. The George D. Sturges Residence (Published by Los Angeles Modern Auctions, Van Nuys, CA) Contributing Editors: Loughrey, Peter; Hines, Thomas S.; Escher, Frank; Cerio, Greg; Published in conjunction with the sale of the George D. Sturges Residence (1939 - S.272). Volume includes history, drawings and photographs related to the Sturges Residence, as well as additional lots to be sold at auction on February 21, 2016. Essays by Hines, Escher and Cerio. "...Built of steel, concrete, brick and wood, the house is approached from the west at the rear just off the carport at the top of the hill. Visitors could either proceed around the encircling deck to enter through... Continue... Pp 72 2016.02.0216
2016
Frank Lloyd Wright On Architecture, Nature and the Human Spirit (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Galison, New York. First published by Pomegranate Comm, Inc., Petaluma, CA. This edition is completely redesigned.) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Edited by: Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks The architect of the Guggenheim Museum, Fallingwater, the Robie House, and the Johnson Wax Administration Building, Frank Lloyd Wright once said, "You do not learn by way of your successes. No one does." Just as he flouted convention in a series of astonishing buildings, so did Wright go against the grain in his career as a writer and lecturer... Wright was brash, outspoken, funny, irreverent, and unafraid of the most sweeping generalizations. In Frank Lloyd Wright on Architecture, Nature... Continue... Pp 95 2016.05.1016
2016
The Story of Frank Lloyd Wright, 150 Years After His Birth (Soft Cover) (Published by Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc., Ocala, Florida) Sandoval, Hannah M. Young Adult. "Although you may not recognize the name of this famous American architect, you may be more familiar with some of his most popular buildings. From the Guggenheim Museum in New York City to Fallingwater in Pennsylvania, Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic designs have given him the distinction of being the first architect to develop a distinctly American style. Learn more about this critically acclaimed architect during the 150th anniversary of his birth. Wright was born on June 8, 1867... Continue... Pp 138 2016.28.0618
2016
The Urbanism of Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Princeton University Press, New Jersey) Levine, Neil "This is the first book devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for remaking the modern city. Stunningly comprehensive, The Urbanism of Frank Lloyd Wright presents a radically new interpretation of the architect’s work and offers new and important perspectives on the history of modernism. Neil Levine places Wright’s projects, produced over more than fifty years, within their historical, cultural, and physical contexts, while relating them to the theory and practice of urbanism... Continue... Pp 446 2016.01.0116
2017
2017
An Organic Architecture: The Architecture of Democracy (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Lund Humphries, London. First published in 1939 by Lund Humphries. Republished in 1970 by M. I. T. Press.) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Introduction: Saint, Andrew In May 1939, the celebrated American architect Frank Lloyd Wright visited London and gave four lectures at the Royal Institute of British Architects. The meetings were hailed at the time as the most remarkable events of recent architectural affairs in England, and the lectures were published as An Organic Architecture in September 1939 by Lund Humphries. The texts remain an important expression of the architect’s core philosophy and are being reissued now in a new edition to commemorate the 150th... Continue... Pp 104 2017.03.0417
2017
Fallingwater. The Building of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece (Hard cover Library Binding DJ) Published by Roaring Book Press, New York, A division of Holtzbrinck Publisheing, New York) Harshman, Marc; Smucker, Anna Egan Juvenile. "In Bear Run, Pennsylvania, a home unlike any other perches atop a waterfall. The water's tune plays differently in each of its sunlight-dappled rooms; the structure itself blends effortlessly into the rock and forest behind it. This is Fallingwater, a masterpiece equally informed by meticulous research and unbounded imagination, designed by the lauded American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. This book guides young readers through Wright's process designing Fallingwater, from his initial... Continue... Pp 40 2017.18.0718
2017
Frank Lloyd Wright: 21 Surprising Stories (Soft Cover) (Published by Meegan M. Thompson) Thompson, Meegan M. "Frank Lloyd Wright was an artist and social reformer. He was also once on an FBI watch list. He was praised by his peers for his tireless work ethic and scorned when he ran off to Europe with an ex-client's wife. His home was its own work of art, housing a fellowship for students of architecture. It was also the site of one of the most brutal mass murders in Wisconsin history. Wright's name generally conjures images of buildings – massive works of art of stone and metal – but he was also a man... Continue... Pp 57 2017.07.0717
2017
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bachman-Wilson House (Soft Cover) (Published by Scala Arts Publishers, Inc. New York) DeBerry, Linda; Turk, Dylan Originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1954, the Bachman-Wilson House now resides, fully restored, in the grounds of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas. It is an example of what Wright called ‘Usonian’ architecture, a distinctly American and democratic style of residential architecture he developed during the Great Depression to be within the reach of the average middle-class family, without sacrificing quality. The house was originally situated in New Jersey but, after being... Continue... Pp 64 2017.10.1117
2017
Frank Lloyd Wright, Odysseys in Artistry (Hard Cover) (Published by Creative Education and Creative Paperbacks, Mankato, Minn) Fandel, Jennifer A biography of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, examining his design influence and development of the Prairie School style, as well as some of his most famous structures. Original list price $29.95. 6.5 x 9.25 (First Edition) Pp 80 2017.09.1017
2017
Frank Lloyd Wright, Odysseys in Artistry (Soft Cover) (Published by Creative Education and Creative Paperbacks, Mankato, Minn) Fandel, Jennifer A biography of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, examining his design influence and development of the Prairie School style, as well as some of his most famous structures. 6.25 x 9  (First Edition) Pp 80 2017.04.0617
2017
I Heart Architecture With Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover) (Published by Mudpuppy, New York) Mudpuppy Juvenile. "A new addition to Mudpuppy's successful "I Heart" Activity Book series, I Heart Architecture with Frank Lloyd Wright Activity Book is an exciting collaboration with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. This 64 page activity book is filled with guided activities based on Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings, window designs, furniture, and more. Draw, color, and design works of your very own! (Publisher’s description.) Original list price $12.99. 7 x 8.75 (First Edition) Pp 64 2017.17.0718
2017
The Guggenheim. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Iconoclastic Masterpiece (Hard Cover) (Published by Yale University Press, New Haven and London) Dal Co, Francesco "The captivating tale of the plans and personalities behind one of New York City’s most radical and recognizable buildings. Considered the crowning achievement of Frank Lloyd Wright (1867–1959), the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan is often called iconic. But it is in fact iconoclastic, standing in stark contrast to the surrounding metropolis and setting a new standard for the postwar art museum. Commissioned to design the building in 1943 by the museum’s founding... Continue... Pp 172 2017.16.0618
2017
The Shape of the World. A Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright. (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Beach Lane Books, An imprint of Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing Division, New York) Going, K. L.; Illustrated Stringer, Lauren "A little boy who loves to find shapes in nature grows up to be one of America’s greatest architects in this inspiring biography of Frank Lloyd Wright. When Frank Lloyd Wright was a baby, his mother dreamed that he would become a great architect. She gave him blocks to play with and he learned that shapes are made up of many other shapes. As he grew up, he loved finding shapes in nature. Wright went on to study architecture and create buildings that were one with the natural world around them... Continue... Pp 40 2017.08.0917
2017
Wright on Exhibit. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architectural Exhibitions (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Princeton University Press, Princeton and Oxford) Smith, Kathryn "The first history of Frank Lloyd Wright's exhibitions of his own work—a practice central to his career. More than one hundred exhibitions of Frank Lloyd Wright's work were mounted between 1894 and his death in 1959. Wright organized the majority of these exhibitions himself and viewed them as crucial to his self-presentation as his extensive writings. He used them to promote his designs, appeal to new viewers, and persuade his detractors. Wright on Exhibit presents the first history of this neglected... Continue... Pp 279 2017.02.0417
2018
2018
Frank Lloyd Wright: 2018 Engagement Calendar (Hard Cover Spiral Bound) (Published by Galison Publishing, New York) Galison "Frank Lloyd Wright (1867 to 1959) is recognized worldwide as one of the greatest architects of the twentieth century. Born 150 years ago, in 1867, he started his life soon after the American Civil War and died during the time of the space age. His work heralded a new thinking in architecture, using innovation in design and engineering made possible by newly developed technology and materials. His creative ability extended far beyond the border of architecture to graphic design, furniture... Continue... Pp 160 2018.06.0818
2018
Meet Amazing Americans Workbook, Frank Lloyd Wright. Like Test Prep. (Soft Cover) (Published by Like Publishing, South Korea, in conjunction with the Library of Congress. Anonymous Like Test Prep presents its workbook series for "Meet Amazing Americans," a website created by US Library of Congress on many great American heroes and heroines. Great for Teachers and Students! This book contains -Comprehension Questions -Vocabulary Practice -Critical Thinking Questions. Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the most original American architects of the 20th century. His buildings and ideas have affected the way offices and homes are designed and organized today... Continue... Pp 25 2018.07.0918
 
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