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Frank Lloyd Wright Mid-Century Modern Hardcover – October 23, 2007
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This time, unlike what was done in "FLW: Prairie Houses", there has been some effort made to present different views of the repeated houses. However, be advised that there is reuse of the identical photos in many cases. What redeems this book are the seldom published houses that are presented. To those very familiar with Wright the names Buehler, Hughes, Neils, Pearce, Brown, Berger, et al will ring a bell, but may not bring a clear image to mind. Now the images are provided and great images they are. Often full page views of this wonderful architecture.These photos will draw you into serene spaces that are at one with nature. Almost 50 years after his death the artistry of this man still amazes. So, pick up a copy, settle into a comfy chair and prepare to be amazed.
"With lavish, new, previously unpublished color photographs and detailed plans"
is not quite accurate. And while there are some new photographs, there are no detailed plans of any kind. And most of the photographs are really no different in content than can be found in some other books. In additon, there is practically no technical information in any of the photo captions.
It would been nice to have other houses covered in this book that have not appeared in countless other books. Many of the subjects here have been beat to death.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Comprehensive photos of the interiors and exteriors of Wright's homes.
One is able to see the materials used, arrangement of furniture and colors he chose. Read more
Wow what great photographs and the essay's are great too. What really put me off - infact it angered me, the incorrect name used not once but twice for Harold Price - it is listed... Read morePublished on November 17, 2007 by C. Staton