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The Urbanism Of Frank Lloyd Wright

Author: Neil Levine.

The Urbanism Of Frank Lloyd Wright

Author: Neil Levine.

$65.00 $24.98
Item #: D20981
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 464
Publication Date: 2015
Publisher: Princeton
ISBN: 9780691167534
Because of rural masterworks like Fallingwater and Taliesin, we may think of Frank Lloyd Wright as an architect who deplored the city and whose urban vision was limited to a utopian plan for a network of agrarian communities called Broadacre City. Lavishly illustrated with drawings, plans, maps, and photographs, this revisionist look at America's foremost 20th-century architect reveals Wright's larger, ... More
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Because of rural masterworks like Fallingwater and Taliesin, we may think of Frank Lloyd Wright as an architect who deplored the city and whose urban vision was limited to a utopian plan for a network of agrarian communities called Broadacre City. Lavishly illustrated with drawings, plans, maps, and photographs, this revisionist look at America's foremost 20th-century architect reveals Wright's larger, more complex urbanism, demonstrated across the span of his career. Beginning with Wright's plans from the 1890s through mid-century structures in Chicago, Washington, Pittsburgh, and Baghdad, Neil Levine demonstrates Wright's place among the leading creators of the modern city.

"A monument to one of the most prominent architects of the 20th century…. A feast for the eyes and a font of information."—Library Journal


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