Frank Lloyd Wright by Robin Langley Sommer
A gatefold portfolio

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Synopsis

This volume offers a unique perspective on sixteen of Frank Lloyd Wright's greatest and most adventurous works. Each eight-page gatefold--opening out to almost three feet--presents the author's original rendering in full size, allowing readers to appreciate in detail Wright's original conception of the building.

* Thirty-two pages of gatefold pullouts, featuring sixteen full-color renderings

* Includes some of Wright's most celebrated residential, public, and religious structures, including Wright's own home and studio, the Dana-Thomas house, Unity Temple, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

* Accompanying text, interior and exterior photos, and scaled floor plans detail the course of commissioning and construction for each building

 

About Robin Langley Sommer

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Sommer has been a writer and editor specializing in history and the arts for more than fifteen years.
 
Published January 1, 1997 by Barnes & Noble Books.
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction