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BUILDING DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION Date: 2002
Title: Building Design & Construction - October 2002 (Published monthly by Reed Business Information, Oak Brook, IL, formerly Cahners Business Information)
Author: Barista, Dave; Photos by Fowler, Lunz Prebor
Description: Wright’s Unknown Pearl. The largest of 12 buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright at Florida Southern College is restored and modernized... Between 1938 and 1958, Wright designed 18 buildings for the 1,800-student university, 12 of which were built." The Polk County Schience Building, completed in 1958, originally cost $1 million. Renovations cost over $10 million. Nearly 700 blocks were replaced. Discusses problems and renovations. Includes seven photographs by and includes a list of the 12 buildings that were completed on campus. Original cover price $10.
Size: 8.4 x 10.9
Pages: Pp 44-46
DESIGN Date: 1949
Title: Design - June 1949 - (Published monthly except July - September by Design Publishing Company, Columbus, Ohio)
Author: Stoddard, Donna M. (Director of Art, Florida Southern College)
Description: "Frank Lloyd Wright Designs a College. America’s Most Celebrated Architect Creates an Unparalleled Campus Growing. ‘Every building is out of the ground, into the light; a child of the sun.’ These words casually spoken to me by Frank Lloyd Wright made an indelible impression upon my mind. Watching the buildings from day to day as they grow makes one understand that these buildings are organic structures, belonging to the very earth on which they stand. Because of the intimacy between the various materials of the buildings, there is a unity of purpose created in the people who live, work or worship in them. Mr. Wright does not distinguish between a form that is useful and esthetic. If the design is useful, it is, at the same time esthetic..." Includes six photographs of Florida Southern College. Original cover price 45c. (Sweeney 788)
Size: 9 x 12
Pages: Pp 12-13, 23
DESIGN QUARTERLY Date: 1966
Title: Design Quarterly (#64) - 1966 (Published quarterly by the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Author: Arnheim, Rudolf
Description: "The Dynamics of Shape." This lengthy article includes three buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright. The Guggenheim, Grady Gammage and Fallingwater. "... By a similar device, Frank Lloyd Wright changes the cylinder or inverted cone of a rotunda into a spiral. The floor space is reduced to an outer shell surrounding an inner court. This shell assumes the function of a one-dimensional track, and the track is made continuous by the elimination of the separate floors. The subdivision of the floors has given way to a sliding decent. Instead of a rather static accumulation of rings, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum embodies a rotation. The visitor does not roam through an immobile storehouse of art, but is carried along a path which introduces the dimension of time into the architecture itself..." Includes four photographs related to Wright. Original cover price $1.00.
Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: Pp 1-31
Title: Design Quarterly - Summer 1992
Author: Frampton, Kenneth Author: Filler, Martin Author: Hass, Richard Description: "In Praise of Siza". (Includes Guggenheim) Description: "Back into the Box". New addition to Guggenheim. Description: "A More Current Currency". Currency designs with Wright on $25 bill and Robie House on back. Size: Pages: Pp 2-5 Pages: Pp 6-9 Pages: Pp Cover, 10-13 ST#: 1992.21.0202 ST#: 1992.22.0202 ST#: 1992.23.0202
DESIGN SOLUTIONS Date: 1987
Title: Design Solutions - Fall 1987 (Published quarterly by the Architectural Woodwork Institute, Richmond, VA)
Description: 1) “A House Built the Wright Way.” Restoration of Wright’s home and studio in Oak Park. Includes five photos.
2) Tech Solutions: Museum window display for 15 Little windows. Includes one photo and one illustration. Original cover price $5.00.
Size: 8.25 x 11
Pages: Pp 17-20 74-75
GARDEN DESIGN Date: 1999
Title: Garden Design - October 1999
Author: 1) Kalins, Dorothy
2) Goldberger, Paul
3) Helms, Carol
Description: 1) From the Editor: Primal Connections
2) Frank Lloyd Wright and the roots of Prairie Style
3) Prairie Style Comes Home. Article on Wright reproductions.
Pages: 1) Pp 12, 14
2) 12, 76-83, 118
3) 12, 84-8, 118
ST#: 1999.20.0302, 1999.21.0302, 1999.22.0302
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN Date: 1959
Title: Industrial Design - November 1959 (Published monthly by Whitney Publishers, Inc. New York)
Author: McAuliffe, George
Description: "The Guggenheim: Great architecture, difficult installation. ...was finally opened to the public on October 21st. Designed for a capacity of 1500 people (and host top 16,039 on the first Sunday after it opened) the Guggenheim’s curvilinear form provides the most dramatic setting contemporary art has ever had..." Includes six illustrations and photographs. Original cover price $1.50. (Sweeney 1333)
Size: 9 x 12
Pages: Pp 66-69
Title: Industrial Design - October 1962 (Published monthly by Whitney Publishers, Inc. New York)
Description: Finishing materials. Sections include: Pigments, Resins, Cellulose Lacquer and Enamels, Shellac, Metallic Paint, Luminescent Paints, Oil-Resin Emulsions, Porcelain Enamel, and Metal Coatings. "Vinyls... Vinyl coatings are used on cement, as well. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim Museum is a notable example: The reinforced concrete structure was spray-coasted on all exterior concrete surfaces with a 20-mil thick vinyl skin, which seals and fills the concrete..." Includes one photograph of the Guggenheim Museum. Original cover price $1.50.
Size: 9 x 12
Pages: Pp 70-85
JOURNAL OF DECORATIVE AND PROPAGANDA ARTS Date: 1986
Title: Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts - Summer/Fall 1986 (Published quarterly by the Wolfson Foundation of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, Inc., Miami, Florida)
Author: Menocal, Narciso G.
Description: "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Question of Style. ...Wright considered his work to be based on principles of nature, to be organic, yet at no point did he use the free flowing curvilinear forms that usually evoke the rhythms of life, as for instance Art Nouveau did, and later Alvar Aalto. Wright’s architecture was always strictly controlled by geometry, using almost exclusively squares, rectangles, octagons, triangles, hexagons, circles, and arcs of circles – not organic forms these, but forms belonging to the world of abstract geometry. Intuitively, Wright understood the world around him in architectural terms; his assessment took in all that he saw around him as much as what he created as an artist..." Includes 18 photographs and illustrations, 8 related to Wright: Unity Temple, Avery Coonley Playhouse chairs (2), Coonley plan, Darwin Martin plan, Unity Temple plan, Gilmore and Robie. Original cover price $7.00.
Size: 7.25 x 10
Pages: Pp 4-19
ST#: 1986.53.0414, 1986.54.0414
MODERNISM MAGAZINE Date: 2005
Title: Modernism Magazine - Spring 2005 (Published Quarterly by Modernism Magazine, Lambertville, New Jersey)
Author: Sundstrom, Kurt J.; Startup, Hetty
Description: 1) “A Work of Art for Kindred Spirits, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Zimmerman House.” Includes 16 photographs.
2) “Milwaukee, WI”. Includes photograph of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church. Original cover price $6.95.
Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: Pp 84-91, 115-116
Title: Modernism Magazine - Spring 2010 (Published quarterly by Modernism, Lambertville, NJ)
Author: Henry, Saxon
Description: "A New Dawn for Wright’s Child of the Sun. When Anne Kerr stepped into her presidency at Florida Southern College in June 2004, she was in for a surprise. Her job description suddenly included a heavy dose of architectural conservation. The development didn’t spring from demanding alumni or outside pressure. It was of her own making when she realized that the 12 Frank Lloyd Wright structures on campus, said to be the largest collection of the architect’s works on one site in the world, were treasures in dire need of attention..." Includes 16 photographs related to Florida Southern College. Original cover price $6.95.
Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: Pp 60-69
Title: Modernism Magazine - Spring 2011 (Published quarterly by Modernism, Lambertville, NJ)
Author: Gunther, Justin
Description: "The Kaufmanns of Fallingwater. Modern Tastemakers. Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s icon of the modern movement and one of the world’s most acclaimed houses, celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. Construction began in 1936, and by 1938, when the Museum of Modern Art honored it with a special exhibition, the house was already famous, regarded as a masterwork by both the international architecture community and the general public. Time magazine put the house, along with Wright, on its cover, proclaiming it the architect’s "most beautiful job." In 1964, Fallingwater opened to the public as the first house museum of the modern movement, and ever since has attracted thousands of visitors annually from around the world..." Includes 18 photographs. Original cover price $6.95.
Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: Pp Cover 8 34-41
THE NATIONAL BUILDER Date: 1910
Title: The National Builder - March 1910 (Digital Copy) (Published by Porter-Hodgeson Co., Chicago)
Author: The Chicago Millwork Supply Company
Description: "From Manufacturer Direct." The full page ad includes two photographs of the Edmund Brigham Residence. Although not identified, it includes an interior and exterior photograph of the house. Interior caption: "Interior View of House Shown Below." View toward the living room from the Reception room. Exterior caption: "Handsome Illinois Residence for Which the Chicago Millwork Supply Company Furnished the Millwork." View of the Bingham Residence from the Northeast. Note: Interior view shows that the work on the interior has been completed. The exterior view shows the yard and drive covered in snow. Because of publishing deadlines, these photographs would have to have been taken during January at the latest, which would indicate the home was completed by January 1910 at the latest. Edmund Brigham indicated that constructed of the house took place during the winter of 1908-9. So it is very feasible that the home was finished by the time these photographs were taken. Original cover price 20c.
Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: Pp 52
SOURCES & DESIGN Date: 1998
Title: Sources & Design - Spring 1998 (Offprint)
Author: Trulsson, Nora Burba
Description: "Taliesin Architects. The year was 1959. Frank Lloyd Wright, in his 92nd year, passed away at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix. As befitting the man the world has come to know as the greatest architect of the 20th century, Wright was creating right until the end. He left behind some 85 projects in various stages of completion, including Grady Gammage Auditorium in Tempe and the Marin County Civic Center in California..." Includes an image of Monona Terrace, the Waikapu Country Club in Maui, and a residence by John Rattenbury. Gift from Kathryn Smith.
Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: Pp 4