Synopses & Reviews
"May be the best book on Wright ever written, with the exception of the master's own incomparable autobiography." — New York Times Book Review. This insightful study explores the principles of Wright's architectural philosophy, ideals, and methods. Includes over 120 photos, plans, and illustrations of Robie House, Fallingwater, Taliesin, and other masterworks.
What inspired the innovative architectural designs of Frank Lloyd Wright? How did his architecture evolve? Why will the formative principles always be valid? The answers to these and other questions about Wright's architectural philosophy, ideals, and methods can be found in this superb treatment by Donald Hoffmann, enhanced with 127 photos, plans, and illustrations.