In the 1870s, Louis H. Sullivan (18561924) participated in the rebuilding of Chicago after the great fire. An early influence on Frank Lloyd Wright, he was instrumental in the development of steel high-rise structures that evolved into modern skyscrapers.
Autobiography of an Ideaby Louis H. Sullivan
The early creative years of pioneer American architect and theorist called the 'father of the skyscraper.' Projects, insights, evaluations. Essential for an understanding of early modern American architecture. 34 plates.
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