Lawrence W. Cheek is the architecture critic for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and is an honorary member of the American Institute of Architects. His most recent books include The Navajo Long Walk and Kokopelli. A longtime Arizona resident, he now lives in Issaquah, Washington.
Frank Lloyd Wright in Arizonaby Lawrence W. Cheek, Frank Lloyd Wright, Larry Cheek
Frank Lloyd Wright first came to Arizona in 1928. In this spectacular desert landscape he built his winter headquarters, Taliesin West,
"Wright fell in love with the desert quickly and profoundly," writes Lawrence W. Cheek. "It was a vast, blank canvas ... it was an open-air warehouse of natural forms, colors, and textures that both delighted and inspired him."
Frank Lloyd Wright first came to Arizona in 1928. In this spectacular desert landscape he built his winter headquarters, Taliesin West, and found a passion that drove him for the next 31 years of his life. In the first book to focus solely on Wright's work in Arizona, Lawrence W. Cheek explores the twelve breathtaking buildings that Wright contributed to the state. Cheek also delves into the audacious, mischievous, egocentric, and often outrageous life of Frank Lloyd Wright and examines today's Taliesin West, still a center of vigilant devotion to the man often called the greatest architect of the twentieth century.
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