Frank Lloyd Wright : Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois, 1908, Barnsdall (Hollyhock) House, Los Angeles, 1920, Johnson Wax Administration Building and Research Tower, Racine 1936, 1944
Part of a series that aims to place buildings within their historical context, this text considers Wright's Unity Temple, Barnsdall House and Johnson Wax Administration Building. It includes specially produced technical drawings that explain how the buildings were detailed and put together. The text explains how together, the three buildings provide an insight into Wright's approach to design throughout his career, and into his aptitude for designing in three entirely different fields of architecture: office, residential and church design.
- Hardback | 182 pages
- 304.8 x 305.1 x 23.9mm | 1,687.38g
- 01 Jul 1999
- Phaidon Press Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 45 colour & 165 illustrations, 60 line drawings, chronology, list, bibliography
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Table of contents
Unity Temple: photographs; drawings; chronology; building credit list. Barnsdall House: photographs; drawings; chronology; building credit list. Johnson Wax Administration Building and research Tower: photographs; drawings; chronology; building credit list.