"Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, a former Wright apprentice and the director of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, tapped into the organization's archives, a vault of more than 300,000 correspondence documents and 22,000 drawings, to put this book together. As a gift to Wright's fans, he's published dozens of images of sketches and designs, offering a privileged glimpse into the legend's visionary intellect through his expressions on paper." ~
"The fantastic volume celebrates Wright's artistry. Over 420 pages, author Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer (a former Wright apprentice and now director of archives at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) leads an investigation of the most comprehensive selection of Wright's drawings, designs, sketches ever published. Flipping through offers unique insight into the architect's process, and reveals astounding tidbits about his most famed buildings including Fallingwater, the Guggenheim, and the Imperial Hotel." ~Complex Magazine
"Wright’s drawings, sketches and plans for his exquisite homes and buildings are works of art in and of themselves. In addition to dozens of examples of his creations on paper, the book also offers several remarkably fun insights into the man himself." ~Depatures
About the Author
Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer
is director of archives at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and has unprecedented access to its 300,000 correspondence documents and 22,000 drawings. He has been a member of the Taliesin Fellowship for sixty years, was an apprentice who drew and studied architecture under Wright, and is author or editor of more than forty books on Frank Lloyd Wright.