Books by Frank Lloyd Wright

Released: Jan. 5, 1995

"The photos and illustrations (many in color) are handsome, but they can only enhance, never compete with, the drama of Wright's words."
As the articles, speeches, interviews, and books included here attest, the 1940s was a busy and honor-filled decade for America's most famous architect: Fallingwater and the Johnson Wax administration building were completed; the American Institute of Architects awarded him its Gold Medal; and he was commissioned to design New York's Guggenheim Museum. Read full book review >