Author(s): Donald Hoffmann
Handsome pictorial essay scrutinizes another Wright residential masterpiece. Innovative "prairie-style" lines, dynamic structure, decorative sculpture and more are captured in over 160 interior and exterior photos, plans, elevations, sketches, studies and more. A detailed, informative text documents the history and background of the house, its site, plans, construction, and other aspects.
American architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) designed more than 1,000 structures in a career that spanned eight decades. A leader of the Prairie School of architecture, he also designed interiors, wrote 20 books, and was a popular lecturer.