Frank Lloyd Wright

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Noun1.Frank Lloyd Wright - influential United States architect (1869-1959)Frank Lloyd Wright - influential United States architect (1869-1959)
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And, after all, the original Guggenheim structure in Manhattan, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, established the institution's image in the first place.
You can even buy cassettes of Wright's talks with his apprentices (Frank Lloyd Wright: His Living Voice, California State University, Fresno; $25.95).
The first 33 selections of architectural reproductions from the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives are now available on, including renderings, elevations, site plans and sketches, with more added as they become available.
"Frank Lloyd Wright and His New American Architecture" is a young readers' biography of the famous architect in the Badger Biographies Series.
(Professor of Art and Art History at Florida Southern College and an expert in Wright-designed buildings, "The Buildings Of Frank Lloyd Wright At Florida Southern College" focuses on what is the largest single-site collection of the famed (and controversial) American architect's unique structures.
I'm researching a possible connection with one of America's most famous farm boys at the moment - the flawed genius, Frank Lloyd Wright.
It is divided into eight primarily chronological parts, with special sections devoted to Rand's correspondence with architect Frank Lloyd Wright, author Isabel Paterson, and philosopher John Hospers.
Frank Lloyd Wright on architecture, nature, and the human spirit; a collection of quotations.
Architect icon Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) was commissioned in 1906 by Thomas P.
As a member of the Board of Directors for the Guggenheim Museum in New York, Ross was involved in the planning for a major renovation of the Frank Lloyd Wright iconic building and other new museums.
Fans of Balliett's prior CHASING VERMEER will be delighted to see the sleuths Petra and Calder return in this sequel, THE WRIGHT 3, which covers another mystery involving a Frank Lloyd Wright architectural masterpiece.
Often compared to visionaries such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier, and a central figure of the Amsterdam School, Hendrik Wijdeveld was perhaps the most fecundly imaginative designer in Dutch architectural history, best illustrated by the tortuously curving facades of his 1925-26 Hoofdweg.