Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright is one of the masters of Modern architecture. This monograph explores the key themes in Wright’s architecture and the qualities that underlie his designs, from the exploration of spatial experience to modes of construction and what he termed the nature of materials. An appendix provides a complete list of buildings and projects compiled by the Frank Lloyd Wright Archives.

‘Robert McCarter’s volume is a masterly achievement.’
— Times Literary Supplement
‘As a presentation of Wright’s complete career, it is difficult to imagine McCarter’s book being bettered.’
— The Architects’ Journal
‘A sumptuous and revealing book ... an intensely human and at times poetically interpreted description of Wright’s work and life.’
— World Architecture
David Jenkins
Karl Shanahan
Phaidon Press

290 × 250mm
Hb c.350 colour
300 b&w illustrations

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