Princeton University Press
Leading art historians, architects, designers, artists, and urbanists share new perspectives on this visionary architect's material legacy.
Presents a study of the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, beginning with his work in Oak Park in the late 1880s and culminating in the construction of the Guggenheim museum in New York and the Marin County Civic Center in the 1950s. This book provides an introduction to Wright's remarkable accomplishments.
"An in-depth history of the Stalinist skyscraper"--