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CAIRO BOOKS's Description
Few architects shaped the course of architectural history as dramatically as
Frank Lloyd Wright. While Wright has long been the focus of scholarly debate,
among his other many accomplishments during his long career he was also the
author of key essays on design that have influenced generations of architects.
This volume brings together the most important essays on and by Wright,
providing both an illuminating study of one of the key figures of the 20th
century, as well as an overview of the very principles that are at the
foundation of great architecture. The editor of this volume, Robert McCarter,
poured through all of the important scholarly work on the subject of Frank
Lloyd Wright to select the highlights in research and reading. Each essay is
illustrated with archival material.