|Thomas A. Heinz|
|Pages/Publication Date:||431 / 2016|
Virtually every built structure that Frank Lloyd Wright created is represented in this extensive survey of his life's work, illustrated with color photos throughout. Architect and Wright scholar Thomas Heinz describes each building pictured within the context of Wright's sometimes tragic and tempestuous yet always creative career. Heinz emphasizes Wright's vision as a designer, and posits some of his most significant influences in the biographical first chapter. Following chapters chronicle Wright's early residential projects (18871910), his houses from 1911 on, his non-residential buildings, and his decorative elements, interiors, furniture, and drawings.