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FLW was a true original, and unique architect and person. This book outlines that, but doesn't delve much into FLW's architectural thinking. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Greg Koenderman
I really enjoyed reading this book. It was from another perspective.Published 9 months ago by T. L. Ward
Architecture is a visual medium, and more pictures and plans would have been greatly appreciated. I read the book on a Kindle, and maybe the Kindle version doesn't include as many... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Thomas Boyd
A mith buster and at the same time a great homage to the architect.Published 13 months ago by Guillermo Claux Alfaro
Volumes have been written about Frank Lloyd Wright. His design still stands as a testament to his creative genius. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Pugwash
Huxtable has done an admirable job of synthesizing the research and providing a good overview of Wright's life. Enjoyable reading.Published 15 months ago by Nancy Healy
This is the exact right length to learn about Mr. Wright and his extraordinary career. We miss you Ms. Huxtable.Published 17 months ago by H. Williams
I read this book after visiting Taliesin West. The book filled the blanks and rounded out the story in a thorough, balanced, and very readable way.Published 19 months ago by Paul