A towering figure in the history of architecture, and arguably the greatest design influence in the United States of the first half of the twentieth century, Frank Lloyd Wright created a style that still seems fresh and relevant today. Best known for his Prairie and Usonion houses, his architecture nevertheless reflected a variety of influences that were frequently underlined in the decorative or utilitarian accessories that Frank Lloyd Wright designed to complement his buildings.
Frank Lloyd Wright Design displays over 100 full-color reproductions of the finest examples of decorative and utilitarian pieces, showing them in situ, as Frank Lloyd Wright himself intended them to be placed. Details of tiling, stonework, murals, stained glass, built-ins, and other design elements are also depicted, while the informative text puts it all into context. For the many admires of Frank Lloyd Wright's work, this book focuses on the elements of style that , when taken together, create a distinctive, modern look that is uniquely that of Frank Lloyd Wright.