This book completes the cycle which began earlier with Wright: the Houses. This book looks into the many office buildings, churches, museums, schools, and even doctors' offices where Wright used his vision to make the day more in tune with the natural. Perhaps more interesting than the big projects, was how Wright applied his vision to small projects, like a medical building in Dayton, Ohio. No project, it seems, was too small to do the Wright way. Also covered was Wright's own space at Taliesin in both Wisconsin and Arizonia. It was interesting to see the quarters Wright created for his own family within these compounds. This book shows the range of Wrights work, and is a perfect companion book to "Houses".