This is a useful work on Frank Lloyd Wright. The text is in three languages--English, German, and French. Hence, that leaves less space for an English treatment of the subject (most reading this review would probably be primarily English speaking). Still, there is enough detail to suffice.
The volume begins with an essay that provides some background on Wright, including the prairie houses, space within, materials used, nature's role, the flow of work, and human values. Not great depth on each subject, but the text does provide context for the next section--which focuses on his works. Very nice photos on glossy paper are attractive.
The work concludes with a chronology of Wright's life, from his birth in 1867 to his death in 1959. He desaigned buildings rigtht up until near his death.
Overall, a solid introduction to his work and very pleasant to look at.