Design Monograph: WrightNaomi Stungo
A design monograph series on the most remarkable architects, designers, brands and design movements of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, each book contains a historical-critical essay discussing the life and work of the subject, followed by an illustrated appreciation of groundbreaking work.
The most widely recognized of US architects, Wright designed over 1000 buildings in 70 years. He transformed American architecture and suburban homes with his 'Prairie' style, closely tying his structures into their settings and landscapes in residential designs - most notably in Fallingwater. In this book you will see his both his organic work and his precast concrete forms, as seen in spiral shape of the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
Hardback (Text (eye-readable)) 112pp h180mm x w125mm Over 80 photographs and illustrations