A Frank Lloyd Wright Companion Hardcover – 1 Nov 1993
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"William Allin Storrer has produced the first true and complete catalogue raisonne of Wright's work, and it is stunning.... Mr. Storrer has given us more than a story; he has written an epic. This book, more than any other, makes the remarkable length and breadth of Wright's career clear." - Paul Goldberger, New York Times Book Review "Storrer... knows more about Frank Lloyd Wright than anyone else, and he's produced the ultimate encyclopedia, with 965 photographs of 470 buildings and an insightful, fact-filled text." - Robert Campbell, Boston Globe" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
William Allin Storrer has written and lectured on Frank Lloyd Wright for thirty-five years. He is the author of The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, now in its third edition. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Brillliant though this book is I really wanted to see Wright's work in color and I can recommend 'The Vision of Frank Lloyd Wright' by Thomas A Heinz, an inexpensive 448 page book with a color photo of every building.
Both authors are experts on Wright and if you have these two books (and a table to support their weight) you will hardly need to buy any other books on America's greatest architect, then again I liked Doreen Ehrlich's 'Frank Lloyd Wright Glass' and Carla Lind's 'The Wright Style: the interiors of Frank Lloyd Wright' and......!
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This book about Frank Lloyd Wright's designs give a conceptual overview to the evolution of his style. It is excellent for the novice, non architect (which I am). I have been able to visit three of his homes based on the directory in the back. It has also opened up other venues to help me arrive at a FLW inspired house that I am about to build. It is worth the cost if you are looking for the best single source of his work that I have been able to locate outside of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation